UAV Pilots Keep Afghan Base Safe

October 2011
Defense Technology International;Oct2011, Vol. 5 Issue 9, p11
Trade Publication
The article describes the combat intelligence, surveillance, target acquisition and reconnaissance conducted by British and American unmanned aerial vehicle pilots around the base perimeter in Kandahar AB in Afghanistan.


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