>Drone Pilot: At least one child... really? Listing [him as a] MAM [military-aged male] - that means he's guilty.
This book is the most shitful thing I have ever read. What is wrong with you America?
>The chief screener, an intelligence professional who supposedly had been trained to make lethal judgements on the basis of her observations, provided insight into her training in cultural awareness when she recalled how the vehicles had "stopped and a large group of MAMs began to get water, wash, and pray. To us that is very suspicious because we are taught that they do this before an attack."
so the crews operating these things and carrying out attacks that turn out to be against cvilians are all lying when they make such presumptive judgements on no evidence and go into their so-called mission with a very aggressive gung ho attitude determined to 'go kinetic'?
Listen muhamad, you better step away from the computer. You look like a MAM from here.
You could make this a drinking game. Every time you get mad at them acting like disinterested craven monsters you take a shot.
as usual the Sgt who is the only one with any fucking common sense
Can you no get a scanner like a normal human?
>No hands in pic
Confirmed for brown skin spirit
>I really find the way murika looks down on mental health and PTSD as fake really distasteful
You're right Sgt. Moerk, you totally deserved getting an ARCOM for getting PTSD from JewTube comments.
its not that we look down, its that so many idiots self diagnose themselves with a mental illness and use that as an excuse to be lazy jackasses and shit heads, which fucks with the people with actual mental illnesses because no one takes them seriously
Instead of discussing the training that instills and an institution that encourages an aggressive approach to their job and a threatening interpretation of every vague observation
/k/ decides to make crude racist remarks and get sidetracked about PTSD which isn't even in the text supplied
Its like you want to avoid the issue or something
The OP comes right out of the gate blaming Americans (99% of whom have no control over this) and in turn they got defensive
If you wanted actual conversation write a better OP next time, idiot. I'm not even American and I can see how you baited them out
/k/ is full of servicemen that don't want to face the fact that they are just pawns being played by a government that is controlled by Zionist lobbyist and big corporations. So they come up with lame excues like doing it for freedom, to protect america or they just dehumanize the victims and call them sandniggers, mudslimes, goat fuckers etc.
The cognitive dissonance is real.
>So they come up with lame excues like doing it for freedom
The irony being that freedom is inherent in man, and the sole purpose of government is to limit that freedom.
>not ran by kikes
Try again. If you genuinely gave a shit about getting actual opinions from Americans about this you wouldn't start off by saying "Whats wrong with you guys?"
If you did this same thing to any other nationality you'd get the same results. Don't be dumb, word your post better if you want actual discussion beyond blaming and finger pointing.
Back to /pol/.
"What's wrong with America"
That's a big question. No nation is perfect.
As for an explanation, check your local library and read up on ancient and colonial empires, from Rome and Persia to England.
And that's why ARGUS camera + deep learning networks are the solution to enthusiastic trigger-happy americlaps behind the steering.
I'm sure MoD is working round the clock to replace these burgerflippers of army with a target-identification AI.
This of course will lead to SkyNet eventually, which will fit the role of this another department mentioned, DCGS. It will work to aggregate all the data from the drones, rank targets, and possibly present engagement scenarios to some generals. And maybe even execute them.
But this will be more accurate than the current shit anyway.
Fucking skynet man.
Who is morally responsible if a AI kills a civilian? The builder? The programmer? The person loading the ammo?
>So time to go back to carpet bombing and month-old "intel"?
That's how we did it in WWII. Back when wars were pursued for righteous reasons and executed in an honorable fashion.
>invade our country
Kek, we do it because they're invading your shit hole, backass country. Do you know why they do, though?
Wait for it....
Because you're all pussies.
Fuck off swede
>implying they can get anything without a signed document from a real doctor.
any employer or government agency wont do shit for you if you dont have an actual diagnosis from a doctor.
Drones have been lauded as the best things since slieced bread 2005-2015. They're the M60A2 of this generation, a great idea that doesn't actually work but looks great at press conferences. "Surgical strikes" miss about 70% of all shots according to Drone Papers.
It's security theater. Just like TSA failing 95% of all undercover tests at bringing weapons on planes. Do you feel safe? If not, clearly we need to pump more money into the project to make it work better. Drones "losing main power randomly during flight"? Perfect, let's keep trying to fix it forever.
I don't even know what point I wanted to make when I started writing this. The US is fucked.
>"Surgical strikes" miss about 70% of all shots according to Drone Papers.
that's why we shoot twice.