Part one
Part two
Part three

(via DangerRoom, which writes: "There’s all the usual chest-beating and warporn heavy-breathing. But this three-part series from CNN’s Nic Robertson is by far the best television report ever on the military’s unmanned air force")

PS: I have no idea why video embedding isn't working

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Comment by Krzysztof Bosak on July 30, 2009 at 3:40am
Next al-quaeida target is bio warfare somewhere near Creek AFB.
The virus must take a long time to move from person to person and very long time to develop symptoms.
This is the only way for them to try touching the ppl working half a day in steel barracks forming closed network of repetitive connections, yet visiting their families.
Unlikely assault on several GPS command centres but a nonsense considering how remote and how well guarded they are, take Colorado as an example.
Another method would be anonymously deployed anti-aircraft stinger-mines, but should have higher ceiling than existing portable systems.
Comment by george on July 30, 2009 at 8:17am
LOL, you spelt Al-quaeida wrong, it's spelt Al-CIAda. The conspiracy theory that a couple guys from a cave in Afghanistan defeated the worlds most secure air power with a set of box cutters has been thoroughly debunked.

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Comment by Chris Anderson on July 30, 2009 at 8:27am
Guys, this is why we don't usually discuss military UAVs here. Please, no politics or war talk here. I'm going to close comments on this one now.

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