North Dakota’s UAS Ecosystem is Crucial to Keeping Up With Our Adversaries

North Dakota has played a critical part in deterring our adversaries since the beginning of the Cold War. The Soviet Union always knew North-Dakota-based bombers, radars and intercontinental ballistic missiles were cutting edge and ready to deter Communist aggression. While many of these weapons still deter our peer adversaries today, times have changed and so have the threats. In response, North Dakota continues to play a leading role as we modernize our nuclear deterrence...
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