Examining Unmanned Aerial System Threats & Defenses: A Conceptual Analysis is a study to identify potential uses and adaptations of unmanned aerial systems as weapons of terrorism or crime.  The study also proposes a recommended model of defenses, countermeasures, and mitigation strategies to counter this threat.

Publication Date- October 1, 2015

This work contains the following main sections:

  • Problem
  • Purpose
  • Definitions
  • Method
  • Results and Discussion
  • Conclusions

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Authors- Ryan J. Wallace and Jon M. Loffi

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