from UPI by ARNAUD DE BORCHGRAVE
This year the U.S. Air Force will train more drone “jocks” than fighter jocks. Unmanned Combat Aerial Vehicles are transforming air warfare. The much-vaunted F-22 Raptor has flown in neither Iraq nor Afghanistan. But the pilotless Reaper, at a fraction of the Raptor’s price, is flying round the clock in both conflicts. Is a mood-altering, UCAV-mounted ray gun in our future?