posted on May, 23 2012 @ 10:06 AM
Iraq’s navy was given approval in the last week to purchase unarmed surveillance drones from the United States. The move is meant to help the
countries Navy keep a better eye on oil fields as tensions continue to mount in the Persian Gulf.
Um.. Shouldn't this read: "Puppet Government in Iraq to 'buy' drones from the US to protect US strategic interests" haha!
Ok so maybe its not that big of a deal, i just think that the use of drones is barely getting off the ground. Soon they will be everywhere, watching
and 'protecting' you from the sky.
Does the US use military drones in Iraq still? Also, i wonder who will fly these? Does the deal of purchasing allow the Iraqi's themselves to fly
them or does the US do the flying and 'protecting'???