Professional political columnist/analyst:
Time to send large unmanned aircraft with humanitarian aid to Ukrainian cities under siege. Worst case scenario is some food and medicine falls into the wrong hands while many innocent lives are saved.
— Josh Rogin (@joshrogin) March 11, 2022
Someone points out that, unfortunately, combatants in the middle of a shooting war are twitchy about any kind of flying vehicle crossing over disputed territory…
I’ve covered cargo drones in the last 9 years, so here’s a short answer: most drone delivery is small, parcel-sized payloads at short range. The big stuff involves full-sized helicopters like the K-MAX flying preset routes just without pilots, which just reads as military flights https://t.co/CZCxXI3ra1
— Kelsey D. Atherton (@AthertonKD) March 11, 2022