From “robotic death raining from the skies” to “instrument of foreign policy.”
The ground-control station for the remotely controlled aircraft will open Oct. 1 and be established by the Pennsylvania Air National Guard’s 111th Fighter Wing, the Pennsylvania Department of Military and Veterans Affairs announced Monday. It is expected to create about 250 jobs, including 75 full-time positions.
Last time I checked, “foreign policy” did not blow stuff up.
War blew stuff up.
Never mind. Creates jobs for gamers.