Terrorism

Afghan Insurgents Use Drones in Fight Against U.S.

“NATO no longer has a monopoly on drones on the battlefields of Afghanistan. Because now insurgents are using them. ‘In the past, seeing a UAV once or twice a month would be normal,’ spokesman for the U.S.-led NATO coalition in Afghanistan Capt. William Salvin told Stars and Stripes, using the acronym for unmanned aerial vehicles. ‘Now, we’re seeing them once or twice a week.’”

Source: Afghan Insurgents Use Drones in Fight Against U.S. | Foreign Policy

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