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Much to the contrary of what the "Know Drone" folk attempted to achieve, the NATO Summit has reached an agreement on implementation of several new UAV's to be introduced to the NATO forces.
NATO discussions highlighted intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance shortfalls within the Alliance.
As a result, NATO signed a contract to move forward with the Alliance Ground Surveillance (AGS) system, which uses UAV's to provide crucial intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance information to military commanders quickly and in real time, allowing them to monitor developing situations and identify potential threats.
This capability would not be available to many Allies without NATO.
By pooling resources and sharing the burden, NATO can provide security for Allies at a lower cost.
A group of 14 Allies (Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Germany, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Norway, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia and the United States) has agreed to acquire five unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and the associated command and control ground stations.
NATO will operate and maintain the system on behalf of the Alliance with common funding from all 28 Allies.
**Information gathered from an official White House Press Secretary Press Release
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