The Associated Press has just released a story entitled Pentagon: Insurgents Intercepted Drone Spy Videos that outlines the almost primitive procedures the Afghani insurgents used to get access to spy drone videos. Therefore, they could see what the drone could see and look at the targets as the coalition forces were looking at the same targets and find out what we were attacking.
Apparently this can be done with off the shelf software that costs about $30 dollars. I have no further comment. I don’t need to have one, do I?
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