Military Drones

Military Drones

References

Cummings, M. (2013, Nov 22). Drones have flown the military coop. The Globe and Mail Retrieved from
This article talks about some concerns dealing with drones such as spying on people. The article also talks about how drones will continue to take over the airspace and start to take over manned planes. The article warns about the danger of drones becoming more accessible to the public.
Magnuson, S., & Parsons, D. (2012). Safety concerns still blocking unmanned aerial vehicles from national airspace. National Defense, 96(699), 12-13. Retrieved from
This journal talks about drones patrolling domestic areas and borders. The journal addresses the concern with airspace. It also mentions a few drone crashes.
Naiden, F. S. (2013). HEROES AND DRONES. The Wilson Quarterly, 37(4), 27-37. Retrieved from
The journal addresses the increase in drone use. The author mentions a few drone kills. The author addresses different warfare types used in different countries. A little bit f drone history is added into the journal.
Nissenbaum, D. (2012, Dec 20). World news: Pakistan moves to build its own drones — military seeks to control strikes by unmanned aircraft; public criticism remains high against U.S. attacks. Wall Street Journal Retrieved from
The news text talks about Pakistan’s desire to create its own drones. Pakistan wants to make drones to fight terrorists in its country. Because the United States won’t give them the information to make them, Pakistan asks other countries for help.
ProCon.org. (2014, August 11). Drones ProCon.org. Retrieved from
This website addresses benefits and negatives about drones. The site also gives some background information on drones and describes what it is. There is several paragraphs on casualties that drones have had.
Roberts, T. (2009). ON THE RADAR: GOVERNMENT UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLES AND THEIR EFFECT ON PUBLIC PRIVACY INTERESTS FROM FOURTH AMENDMENT JURISPRUDENCE AND LEGISLATIVE POLICY PERSPECTIVES. Jurimetrics, 49(4), 491-494,496-518. Retrieved from
The journal describes the characteristics and benefits of drones. The author mentions several possible uses for drones. He addresses the privacy issue and describes several court cases when privacy was violated.
Schmitt, E., & Mazzetti, M. (2009, May 15). Pakistan gets data from U.S. drones cooperation is a first, military officials say, though it might not last. International Herald Tribune Retrieved from
This newspaper article explains how American drones have been giving information to Pakistan. The president of Pakistan still wants to build his own drones. The article also addresses the concerns of enemies figuring out the drones patterns and information.

Sifton, J. (2012, February 7). A Brief History of Drones. The Nation. Retrieved from
The article mostly talks about drone’s history. He mostly talks about the CIA;s history with drones. He also describes how drones search and kill targets.
Terrill, W. A. (2013). Drones over Yemen: Weighing military benefits and political costs. Parameters, 42/43(4), 17-23. Retrieved from
Most of the journal is about how the United States has helped protect Yemen. He mentions how drones are beneficial with fighting terrorists. He also talks about the political and social costs of flying drone sin Yemen. According to the author, many Yemens do not like drones.

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