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    National Edition News cover for May 30, 2014 - Afghanistan pullout may end domination of drones: Drones in Afghanistan. Ground crew remotely control a Hermes 450 Unmanned Aerial System (UAS), which is a remotely controlled reconnaissance aircraft, as it takes off at Camp Bastion airfield, Helmand Province, Afghanistan. Picture date: Wednesday December 18, 2013. See PA story DEFENCE Unmanned. Photo credit should read: Ben Birchall/PA Wire URN:18508013 (Press Association via AP Images)


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    Drones in Afghanistan. Ground crew remotely control a Hermes 450 Unmanned Aerial System (UAS), which is a remotely controlled reconnaissance aircraft, as it takes off at Camp Bastion airfield, Helmand Province, Afghanistan. Picture date: Wednesday December 18, 2013. See PA story DEFENCE Unmanned. Photo credit should read: Ben Birchall/PA Wire URN:18508013


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    David Sedney, former deputy assistant defense secretary overseeing Afghanistan, Pakistan and Central Asia, says Obama's plan would apply obsolete tactics like "semi-blindly firing Tomahawk missiles into training camps hours after bin Laden had flown the coop." (Associated Press)


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    LED IN: David Sedney, former deputy assistant defense secretary overseeing Afghanistan, Pakistan and Central Asia, says Obama's plan would apply obsolete tactics like "semi-blindly firing Tomahawk missiles into training camps hours after bin Laden had flown the coop." (Associated Press)



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    David Sedney, former deputy assistant defense secretary overseeing Afghanistan, Pakistan and Central Asia, says Obama's plan would apply obsolete tactics like "semi-blindly firing Tomahawk missiles into training camps hours after bin Laden had flown the coop." (Associated Press)



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