August Cole

Defense Industry Reporter, Wall Street Journal

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Defense industry reporter for the Wall Street Journal

August Cole on KCRW

Predators and other  unmanned drones  are increasingly important to the Pentagon for surveillance and aerial bombing.

Military Drones Hacked over Iraq

Predators and other unmanned drones are increasingly important to the Pentagon for surveillance and aerial bombing.

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