Friday, July 24, 2009

Robot drones change deadly face of warfare

Robot drones change deadly face of warfare: "Maj. Morgan Andrews, a U.S. Air Force fighter pilot, kisses his wife goodbye and drives to a tiny desert base in Nevada. Within minutes he could be killing insurgents on the other side of the world. Andrews pilots one of the military's 7,000-plus remote-controlled drones, which can spy on and attack positions without risk to the controller.



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