READ BOOK ✓ Terminator Planet: The First History of Drone Warfare - by Nick Turse Tom Engelhardt

Terminator Planet: The First History of Drone Warfare By Nick Turse Tom Engelhardt,

  • Title: Terminator Planet: The First History of Drone Warfare
  • Author: Nick Turse Tom Engelhardt
  • ISBN: 9781477475942
  • Page: 197
  • Format: Paperback
  • The first history of drone warfare, written as it happened From the opening missile salvo in the skies over Afghanistan in 2001 to a secret strike in the Philippines early this year, or a future in which drones dogfight off the coast of Africa, Terminator Planet takes you to the front lines of combat, Washington war rooms, and beyond Drawing on several years of researchThe first history of drone warfare, written as it happened From the opening missile salvo in the skies over Afghanistan in 2001 to a secret strike in the Philippines early this year, or a future in which drones dogfight off the coast of Africa, Terminator Planet takes you to the front lines of combat, Washington war rooms, and beyond Drawing on several years of research including official documents, open source intelligence, and interviews with military officers two of the foremost analysts specializing in drone war offer a sobering, factual account of robot warfare combined with critical analyses found nowhere else Packed with rarely seen Pentagon photos, Terminator Planet provides a rich history of the last decade of drone warfare, a clear eyed look at its present, and a far reaching guide to its future You used to have to watch science fiction movies to imagine where that future was headed, now you can read Terminator Planet and know.
    Terminator Planet The First History of Drone Warfare The first history of drone warfare written as it happened From the opening missile salvo in the skies over Afghanistan in to a secret strike in the Philippines early this year or a future in wh

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    1. This is essentially Tom and Nick s revised and updated body of work detailing the ueber dystopian Dronescape over the past few years spanning everything from secret Drone Empire bases to offshore droning a Philip Dick style exercise on a than plausible drone on drone war off East Africa in 2050 and a postscript inimitably titled, America as a Shining Drone Upon a Hill It does beat fiction because it s all fact based An MQ 1 Predator or an MQ 9 Reaper to go Mr Turse and Mr Englehardt provide exc [...]

    2. And I thought Death of the Liberal Class was depressing Weapons are not my forte, but I as a longtime donor to antiwar I was offered this freebie and grabbed it Tom Englehardt and Nick Turse make drones accessible to the civilian reader and manages to scare this reader in particular While painting a grim picture of airpower and wawfare of tomorrow and today they also point out technical problems with drones which take the edge off slightly, it s clear that drones are the wave of the future Am I [...]

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