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‘I Worked on the U.S. Drone Program’

Politicians defending the use of drones in Afghanistan have no idea what they’re talking about, writes former U.S. Air Force analyst Heather Linebaugh, who has seen innocent women and children incinerated by Hellfire missiles and soldiers killed because of drone failures.

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UAV Industry to Journalists: Don’t Call Them ‘Drones’

Leaders of the unmanned aerial vehicle industry instructed journalists at a conference this week in Washington, D.C., to stop using the word “drone” to refer to the terrifying flying robots the government uses to monitor and kill people.

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Former Drone Pilot Talks Candidly About Attacks

A veteran Air Force drone pilot has opened up about his unsettling experiences killing alleged militants and probable civilians from an air-conditioned trailer in the American West.

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Here’s What a ‘Bee Drone’ Will Look Like

You’ve heard reports of drones the size of insects. A new video shows a flying robot the size of a quarter developed by engineers at Harvard.

Posted on May 4, 2013 READ MORE



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Holder Argues for Homeland Drone Killings

The attorney general told the Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday that the president has the authority to use drones to kill American citizens on U.S. soil in the event of an “extraordinary circumstance.”

Posted on Mar 7, 2013 READ MORE


‘NOVA’: The ‘Next Generation’ of Drone Surveillance

A new drone-mounted surveillance camera, chillingly described as the “Wide Area Persistent Stare,” can see and record, all at once, virtually everything happening at ground level in a medium-sized city.

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Aviation Industry to FAA: Forget About Privacy

Last month, aviation industry executives asked the FAA to disregard concerns about civilian privacy when it comes to the potential future use of drones in domestic airspace.

Posted on Dec 22, 2012 READ MORE



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Medals for Drone Pilots?

The Pentagon is considering awarding distinctions to personnel in air-conditioned rooms who use remote control airplanes to kill people 7,500 miles away.

Posted on Jul 11, 2012 READ MORE



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Armed Drones: Coming to an Airspace Near You

A Texas police department is just one of many local agencies across the country that has been granted permission by the Federal Aviation Administration to use unmanned aerial drones in the course of its operations, and its chief deputy wants to arm its fleet with rubber bullets and tear gas.

Posted on May 24, 2012 READ MORE


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