"Clean and authoritative ... [Whittle] delivers motion-packed information about how the CIA and the Pentagon utilised armed Predators to hunt for Al Qaeda leaders right away right after 9/11."
-The Washington Publish
The generation of the very first weapon in heritage that can stalk and get rid of an enemy on the other facet of the world was considerably a lot more than intelligent engineering. As Richard Whittle exhibits in Predator, it was one of the most profound developments in the heritage of military and aerospace engineering.
A outstanding solid of characters produced the Predator, including a previous Israeli inventor who turned his Los Angeles garage into a drone laboratory, two billionaire brothers marketing and advertising a futuristic weapon to assist combat Communism, and a secretive Air Drive business known as Large Safari. When an Air Drive staff unleashed the very first lethal drone strikes in 2001 for the CIA, the military's check out of drones transformed practically right away.
Dependent on five several years of research and hundreds of interviews, Predator is a groundbreaking, spectacular account of the generation of a innovative weapon that forever transformed the way we wage war.