It was considered fortuitous that the aircraft passed about one nautical mile apart as the confliction
was not apparent on radar and no remedial action was taken by the controller.
Critics raise serious concerns regarding cost, access, and its confliction
with condom use and behavior change.
Likewise, UAVs could be programmed to avoid a major quandary coming from the Iraqi theater: confliction
problems with other UAVs.
The sensor and air confliction
issues became clear when the choice was made to keep line-of-sight communications instead of using satellites, Bulkley said, which increased the altitude at which the craft would be operating.
It is reported that the Organization Committee has decided nearly 20 forum topics centering on the theme of the Summit, including macroeconomic discussions such as "Twelfth Five-Year Plan and Enterprise Strategy", "Enterprise and Society: Confliction
and Integration"; discussions on key industries such as real estate, new energy, finance, new agriculture, etc.
These findings are in the direction of the study of Colmans & Swin Sen, who believed in positively correlation of the spouses' commitment with the conjugational stability and quality, and also do so with expressing love, conjugational consistency and decreased conflictions
In Bahrain, the insurgency works as lieutenants for the US establishment and the latter has its domestic conflictions
scenes that described the face-to-face conflictions
, usually displayed as disputes or quarrels between the Phoenix Guy and his wife.