Wow, that's pretty interesting isn't it? Sure it is, and they have a very good point, as the aircraft will be handed off from the satellite link to the folks who are local at the airport where it is going to land. Therefore the folks who are flying the UAV up at altitude using all the surveillance equipment must know a lot about Alphanation Combat Shooter Review. how that equipment works and how to operate it while flying airplane is rather easy. After all there's nothing to run into up at altitude. Still, even with that said I wonder if in the future these unmanned aerial vehicles will get into dogfights with other robotic aircraft or fighter pilots whose job it is to shoot them down.
In that case, if all of the UAV pilots have never actually flown an aircraft in combat, and if they don't know very much about how an aircraft flies, or haven't experienced Colonel Boyd's OODA Loop in real life, then we may end up losing a UAV to the enemy, meaning it will get shot down. Now then, there might be algorithms and artificial intelligence which takes the airplane away from the UAV pilot who is flying it remotely if it is to dodge a surface-to-air missile, or get into a dogfight with another aircraft; robotically or human piloted.
Indeed, I wouldn't second guess the air force for their decision in this issue because they need to train as many people to run these robotic aircraft which are literally flying 24 hours a day now and it is an issue with personnel that understand the equipment aboard. Nevertheless, I hope you understand where I am coming from as I question our future needs in this regard to protect our military assets. Indeed I hope you will please consider all this and think on it.