We've Seen the Future, and It's Unmanned


Wed, Oct 28th, 2009 07:17 by capnasty NEWS

Brian Mockenhaupt, of Esquire, visits 42nd Attack Squadron at Creech Air Force Base, where modern-day wars are fought by flying unmanned Reaper aircrafts scanning the landscape from about twenty thousand feet, seventy-five hundred miles away.



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