Air Force Maj. Richard Wageman operates a Predator from a ground-control station in Afghanistan, Oct. 25, 2008. A week later, he was the pilot of a Predator that crashed into a U.S. military base. “All I saw were tents, and I was afraid that I had killed someone,” Wageman told investigators.
Air Force Maj. Richard Wageman operates a Predator from a ground-control station in Afghanistan, Oct. 25, 2008. A week later, he was the pilot of a Predator that crashed into a U.S. military base. “All I saw were tents, and I was afraid that I had killed someone,” Wageman told investigators. US Air Force/The Washington Post
Air Force Maj. Richard Wageman operates a Predator from a ground-control station in Afghanistan, Oct. 25, 2008. A week later, he was the pilot of a Predator that crashed into a U.S. military base. “All I saw were tents, and I was afraid that I had killed someone,” Wageman told investigators. US Air Force/The Washington Post

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