Supersedes: AFI , 16 April Certified by: AF/A2Z. (Mr. Joseph D. Yount). Pages: This publication implements Air Force Policy. See Air Force Instruction (AFI) Volume 1, Criminal Investi- Intelligence Components That Affect US Persons, and AFI AFI , Assistance to Civilian Law Enforcement Agencies; AFI , Intelligence Oversight INDEX AAFES , Abandonment Abuse of exchange.
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Some features of ATS will be disabled while you continue to use an ad-blocker. I fai read the PDF. If it is real I can’t get the PDF to open on my computer at the moment, so I don’t know if this is cleared up in the document – but I’ll ask: You mention drone training is an aspect allegedly connected to these documents and directives. Is it possible that the training of “pilots” on drones takes place within a possible domestic ‘operation’?
Maybe “it’s his first day” type excuses are meant to act as the “weather balloon” excuse for UFOs if ever the drone op had a mishap and questions were asked? What ever happened to the military not being able to operate on US soil against its own citizens.
Cattle ranchers are already being spied upon fai the epa. The EPA is using drones to spy on cattle ranchers in Nebraska and Iowa in order to make sure that farmers dispose of waste properly. All I can say is there is a new bird season that just opened up. Drone season,but I bet it doesn’t taste like chicken!
Originally posted by xuenchen Can somebody explain what this is? It’s excerpts from the Air Force’s data retention policy for information collected on US persons. In short, they don’t retain any data on US persons unless authorized to do so by law. The bit about training prohibits collecting imagery of identified US persons or private property for training purposes unless authorized by law and the Secretary of Defense.
Any such data collected under that authority is controlled by civilian agencies or the Coast Guard.
AF Instruction Oversight of Intelligence Activities
For context, ISR training conducted in the United States involves collection of information on US persons and private property, but they are usually not identifiable and when they are identifiable, by law you can’t actually do anything with the information collected. One might spend hours following a series of anonymous vehicles, seeking out unusual geographic or man-made features and describing them, or loitering over a busy shopping mall, counting the number of vehicles that come and go.
You can’t do this kind of training aif a bombing range; you have to get out into the real world to do it. Don’t get me wrong, that’s an awesome capability, but it shouldn’t be used to prey upon law abiding citizens’ and their property. Put ’em on the borders or keep them out of my comfort zone.
U.S. Air Force Instruction: Domestic Imagery Requests for U.S. Missions | Public Intelligence
I’m a tax-payer damn it. Just wait till the operators who have been killing civilians on purpose in affy land get behind the controls and start killing them here. Wack a doodle White House.
The wording of the PDF and it’s contents actually look legitimate.
A few months ago my Father told me about two local men he knew and a recent fishing trip they had been 14-10. Two men go out looking for red snapper one day. The current limit on red snapper is two per person.
These gentlement decided to ignore the law and instead caught approximately 15 each. They claim to have been fishing about 12 or so miles from shore. When they finished and affi pulling their boat out of the water, they were approached by an officer with the Federal Game and Wildlife commision holding a laptop. He greeted them and asked them how many fish they had on board.
The men lied and said two fish each. At that time, the officer asked them to join him sitting at a nearby bench and proceeded to show them, on his laptop, overhead imagery of their boat, taken at numerous times during their outing.
Needless to say, these two men were rather disturbed. While I don’t agree with them overfishing, I can see why they would be upset. They claim they saw no aircraft or other vessels near them as they fished. The imagery provided was good enough to identify their vessel, 14104, and the exact number of fish they had. It made me think long and hard, and at the end I had to conclude that the picture either came from a drone or a LEO satellite Slip a GPS tracker on a targeted vehicle then have a drone home in on the signal.
And ari wouldn’t even see it coming.