Iran: Hezbollah drone proves our capabilities

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    Iran has a strong military. They are pretty smart. Drones will definitely scare Israel. I wonder if hezbollah has more. And Israel can shoot them down too though. I'm sure Israel is looking over lebanon to see for more drones. I don't see a war happening for this reason. Iran is moving fast with their technology. They need to teach the Arabs. How to make their own weopons too.
     
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    At the same time I'm Arabic, Arabic countries don't really get along with Iran. I don't want them to become a top power. But I also don't want a regional war. It's best to stay out.

    Btw I'm sure Russia helped in this. It's not a great accomplishment. Militants in Gaza could do this if they had the money. Anyone can honestly. The thing that was shocking was Hezbollah went in Israel and Israel didnt do anything. They usually go crazy over things like that

    On the other hand they always are over lebanon airspace so it would not be professional to attack over that.
     
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    Drone tech is relatively easy to get, and cheap. I could go buy a Remote Control plane big enough to mount a camera on right now for a few hundred Bucks.

    They are still a long way away from having Armed UAV's that can put a hell fire missile through your bedroom window, Or stealth Drone Tech.

    This incident, despite the Spin, was a Defeat for Hezbollah. Their Drone was Detected before it was ever over Israel, and Destroyed before it could have done any harm, or taken any sensitive Pictures.

    Not even going to discuss with you the fact you think it's cool Terrorist Groups like Hezbollah might be getting higher Tech. That's a lost cause.
     
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    Are drones the next arms race?...
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    CIA seeks to expand drone fleet, officials say
    October 18 - The CIA is urging the White House to approve a significant expansion of the agency’s fleet of armed drones, a move that would extend the spy service’s decade-long transformation into a paramilitary force, U.S. officials said.
     

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