Lebanese Shiite terrorist group Hezbollah has only used unmanned aerial vehicles for reconnaissance purposes–until now.
Increasing the transparency of U.S. drone strikes or granting full control of them to the Defense Department could harm efforts to target terrorists, according to a new report.
Iran is threatening to sue the Israelis in the International Criminal Court following the alleged downing of an Israeli-made drone in Iranian territory Sunday.
The Iranian Army announced on Monday that it is preparing to hold “massive drone exercises” in September amid reports that Tehran has fully reverse-engineered a downed U.S. drone captured in 2012.
A U.S.-backed offensive with Yemeni forces killed up to 65 al Qaeda militants during a three-day airstrike that targeted an al Qaeda training camp and senior operatives, the Wall Street Journal reports.
Al Qaeda leaders were able to hold a large meeting somewhere in south Yemen despite U.S. drone warfare targeting that region, according to a video published on Hot Air.
On March 20th, the University of California, Irvine, announced that Barack Obama will give the commence address to its class of 2014.
This is deeply disturbing, and anyone—or any university—who values ethics should be concerned.
The Center for a New American Security released a report on Wednesday calling on the United States to prepare for a new era of war where “unmanned and autonomous systems will play central war-fighting roles.”
Drone strikes against terrorists are extremely effective and will remain an “indispensible” weapon in the war against terrorists for the foreseeable future, according to the Pentagon’s senior intelligence policymaker.