Air Force Fires Back on Drone Report ...

Air Force Fires Back on Drone Report Warning of Waste

The Air Force dismissed a recent audit asserting excess drones were leading to waste, calling the drones a "success story" and expressing plans to "make more." A 2013 Air Force plan to increase the number of drones risks adding 46 more drones than are needed at a cost to taxpayers of $8.8 billion, according to a Defense Department Inspector General report, the Air Force Times reported.

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