Armed services skirmish over control of UAVs and their funding

07/6/2007 | Houston Chronicle (tiered subscription model)

With about 950 unmanned aerial vehicles flying over Iraq, control of the vehicles and the contracts has become a hot-button issue at the Pentagon. The Air Force argues that it should oversee all of the vehicles and oversee contracts to ensure cost-efficiency. The Army says that it needs control to respond to real-time threats.

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