Sounds good, but remember, President William J. Clinton, disarmed military personnel at all US bases. Drones, whether armed or simply doing photo reconnaissance, move quickly, so by time anyone with a gun gets to any given point, the drone has either attacked, or made ample photo surveillance sufficient to use as intelligence, for, an attack operation against US military assets.
The US Department of Defense (DoD) has authorised several military bases across the country to destroy drones that are deemed as threats.
As part of the new policy, more than 130 military bases in the country can shoot down, destroy or seize both private and commercial drones flying illegally around their installations, Reuters reported.
US DoD spokesman Navy Captain Jeff Davis was quoted by media sources as saying: “The increase of commercial and private drones in the US has raised our concerns with regards to safety and security of our installations.
According to Davis, the new policy was approved in July.
“The increase of commercial and private drones in the US has raised our concerns with regards to safety and security of our installations.”
Last week, an unclassified guidance was sent to all services on how to communicate the policy to communities, according to media sources.
Davis was further quoted…
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