Canadian Army laying foundation for the arrival of armed drones

Ottawa Canada is approaching the purchase of military armed drones as details about how controversial weapons are used are beginning to come together.

Royal Canadian Air Force Commander Lieutenant Al Meinzinger told Canadian news outlets that a formal bid request between the two drone makers, who were the finalists in the multi-billion dollar competition, is set to begin in the fall. Told.

At the same time, Meinzinger says preparations are underway and the military is ready to begin using unmanned aerial vehicles when they begin to arrive in the next three to four years.

According to Meinzinger, the current plan is to set up a central hub in Ottawa where pilots will fly drones remotely in missions in Canada or around the world.

The aircraft itself will be split into two squadrons and will be located at two bases in Canada. One is in the east and the other is in the west, where it is maintained.

Those who criticize the government’s decision to buy armed drones, given concerns about the potential use of armed drones in Canada and numerous reports that airstrikes by other countries, especially the United States, have caused civilian casualties. There is also.