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Air Force, KAIST discuss military technology projects

All Headlines 16:32 July 03, 2018

DAEJEON, July 3 (Yonhap) -- The Air Force and KAIST (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology), the country's top engineering and technology university, on Tuesday discussed a plan to set up a research institute in the school tasked with developing high-tech Air Force assets.

Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Lee Wang-keun and KAIST President Shin Sung-chul met at the university in the central city of Daejeon and discussed the establishment of the institute to develop small tactical satellites and unmanned combat aerial vehicles.

KAIST has provided a special training program to the Air Force under a 2016 accord.
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