Azerbaijan’s drones owned the battlefield in Nagorno-Karabakh — and showed future of warfare

Robyn Dixon, The Washington Post |

Image by jorono from Pixabay
Image by jorono from Pixabay

The expanding array of relatively low-cost drones can offer countries air power at a fraction of the cost of maintaining a traditional air force. The situation in Nagorno-Karabakh also underscored how drones can suddenly shift a long-standing conflict and leave ground forces highly exposed.

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