This one weekend only during the $0. 99! A friendly fire incident at Afghanistan takes a real toll… One drone, uncontrolled, can bring death and wreaks damage on American soil… Excellent apparently successful corporation it will come under scrutiny… More Info: http://www.amazon.com/Executive-A-Novel-ebook/dp/B005SJQWI2/
There has been an increase in the use of UAVs (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) not just in warfare (Though the have seen much operational action in Iraq and Afghanistan), but also in law enforcement, journalism, the notorious and much discussed tacocopter and even here in Groningen an art gallery offering aerial shots of the area using an octocopter.
Over a five-month period, U.S. forces used drones and other aircraft to kill 155 people in northeastern Afghanistan. They achieved 19 jackpots. Along the way, they killed at least 136 other people, all of whom were classified as EKIA, or enemies killed in action
This Drone Once Fought Wars. Now It’s Fighting Climate Change
The Iraq/Afghanistan war never should have happened. I have to wonder if Bush had never started that war, would we still have the terrorist nightmare we endure today? Then, Obama starts a "drone war" and succeeds in getting civilians killed. Now, Trump OK's a disastrous military operation that gets more innocent people killed AND one of our own!
Hellfire missiles being loaded onto a US military Reaper drone in Afghanistan. [4052 × 2804]
The "Light Footprint Doctrine" of Obama's foreign policy: "It’s a strategy that supposes that patient multilateral diplomacy can solve problems like Iran’s pursuit of a nuclear weapons capability; that drone strikes can do as well at preventing another terrorist attack on the U.S. homeland as do ground forces in Afghanistan; that crises like that of Syria can be left to the U.N. Security Council."
"A disabled veteran has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to consider anew whether states violate federal law when they allow divorce courts to count a veteran’s disability compensation in calculating spousal support."
Head of Islamic State in Afghanistan confirmed killed KABUL (Reuters) - The head of Islamic State in Afghanistan Abdul Hasib was killed in an operation on April 27 conducted jointly by Afghan and U.S. Special Forces in the eastern province of Nangarhar U.S. and Afghan officials said on Sunday.Hasib appointed last year after his predecessor Hafiz Saeed Khan died in a U.S. drone strike is believed to have ordered a series of high profile attacks including one in March 8 on the main military…