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Really enjoyed it. It might be dry read for some people but to truly understand what happens in black box to operate unmanned air craft. To understand modern warfare in form of intelligence gathering and true bird's eye view on unknown future of Unmanned machines. It made me appreciate the layers of checks and balances before single hell fire missile leaves aircraft's railing.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
Very good read. I found myself in the cockpit with the author. And...I understand the RPA community so much better now!
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this guy in my opinion spends too much time worrying about the enemy. Their last moments on the planet and whether or not we should or should not be in iraq or Afghanistan or whatever. quite honestly I really don't think that this is a good book just because of that. he mourns the death of a man who facilitated the death of American troops. he goes on and on about his conscious and how tough it was to see him die in high-def. but he doesn't pick up an M4, doesn't take RPG fire he doesn't see his buddies shredded by AK-47 or ied. he's not in the field as somebody else's body parts are blown all over him or has to clean himself off from somebody else's blood or vomit. he's in the Cozy air-conditioned room and goes home at night and yet he talks about the trauma of War. he has no idea the trauma of War stick to the story of the predator and leave your crying for the enemy for enemy sympathizers.