Unarmed remotely piloted vehicles or unmanned aircraft are the next logical step for cash strapped police departments that are having trouble with the affordability of helicopters in this tough economic environment. Is this a case of trading freedom for security ? Or are we just steps away from having Hell-fire equipped Predator drones patrolling our major city's and borders? What if its already happened .. Click Here
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