Use of UAVs by the CIA
There are two prominent unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) programs within the United States: that of the military and that of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). The military’s UAV program is overt, meaning that the public recognizes which government operates it and, therefore, it only operates where US troops are stationed. The CIA’s program is covert and remains classified top secret even though it has been widely discussed in the public domain for years. Missions performed by the CIA’s UAV program do not always occur where US troops are stationed.
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