US Air Force stops reporting data on Afghanistan drone strikes

WASHINGTON – With debate intensifying in the United States over the use of drone aircraft, the U.S. military said on Sunday that it had removed data about air strikes carried out by unmanned planes in Afghanistan from its monthly air power summaries.

Source: NBC news via Reddit.com

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2 Responses to US Air Force stops reporting data on Afghanistan drone strikes

  1. Len Aldis says:

    I am not surprised, the high number of innocent people of all ages killed/murdered by the Drones are a war crime.

  2. John says:

    Looks like they are relearning how to keep secrets.

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