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PO3 David Fries
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I understand the draw of an unmanned helicopter, but I'd prefer a human pilot in a tense situation any day.
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PO3 David Fries You've got that right brother. In some of the situations we were in, in Vietnam, an unmanned helicopter couldn't have done it.
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Capt Daniel Goodman
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Technologically, I can obv understand the reasons, certainly, especially from a purely human safety standpoint, and I'd read of that effort before, though one tends to wish such recourse weren't necessary, nonetheless. Will it happen? Certainly, eventually, that much is clearly unavoidable, as well as obv warranted, given that the safety for the patient would be adequate, clearly, of course, many thanks.
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ENS Student Naval Aviator (Sna)
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What about Sikorsky's X2 program? The S-97 raider looks really promising.
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