I agree with the intended goal. The results, not so much. And the rationale, less so. Investigate, and come up with recommendations for how to either get back on task properly, or a less problematic method.
In an actual war, who can object to drones? They are probably more accurate in targeting than regular airplanes, they don't put pilots at risk, and they no doubt allow for much better planning and coordination. What's a real problem, IMHO, is that they also see, to encourage this government to use them whenever and wherever they want, abroad and at home. How would we like it if some foreign government sent drones over our cities to shoot at will? Or to spy? But we seem to think that we can do it any time we want.
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That's my point. The goal to kill bad guys almost surgically = good. The less than surgical results we've seen = not so good. And the rationale, which has a certain intelligence-gathering bent = scary.
What's needed is a drone spotter smart phone app that detects the camera and feeds an image of your bare ass to the optical receiver. It might be called iMoon.
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