Utah is where Army learns to fly drones better
Army trains on them here, but concerns arise over use of lethal force.
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"What worries me about America’s drone policy," Guiora said, "is the lack of a narrow definition of the word ‘imminence,’ of target of threat and of who the target is."
Baxter said avoiding the killing of innocents is a concern, but he acknowledged not much focus is placed on it at Dugway. Operators in the field and intelligence personnel are the ones focused on hitting correct targets and avoiding wrong ones.
"We build the material solutions based on the requirements given to us," Baxter said.
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