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Want To Know How Drones Will Change America? Look To Israel

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Image from a quicklink Drones are already widespread in Israel and have been in use there for over 40 years.
The Israeli influence is not visible but it is real, documented and extremely relevant to the future of drones in America. If you want to know how drones may change American airspace in coming years, just look to Israel, where the unmanned aerial vehicle market is thriving and drones are considered a reliable instrument of "homeland security."

The Israeli Defense Force uses fleets of constantly hovering drones to intimidate and control the Arab population in the Gaza Strip.

Israel is the single largest exporter of drones in the world.
In addition to exports, Israeli companies also create subsidiaries in consumer countries, including in the USA.

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1/16 the land area of the Levant. After it's wars ... by Gentry L Rowsey on Tuesday, May 15, 2012 at 9:48:03 AM
Now Congress is pushing the FAA Reauthorization Ac... by larry payne on Tuesday, May 15, 2012 at 6:10:11 PM
the new King of Israel? (and overlord of the US?)... by Paul Getty on Wednesday, May 16, 2012 at 8:22:35 AM
Can Congress, as a whole (no pun intended), be tri... by Tom James on Wednesday, May 16, 2012 at 9:42:13 AM