May 2004
Sea Power;May2004, Vol. 47 Issue 5, p7
Cites the statements made by U.S. defense officials on unmanned aircraft and homeland security. Comments made by Air Force Lieutenant General Walter Buchanan III on the control of Predator unmanned air vehicles used Iraq from the Nellis Air Force base in Nevada; Caution aired by CIA Director George J. Tenet on the continuous threat of attack from terrorists.


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