Read the personal story of the drone pilot interviewed in the piece “It is War at a Very Intimate Level.” Then, answer this question:
How do you think that emerging military technologies – such as drones – might be substantively changing the nature and experience of war on all sides of an armed conflict?
attack unless they are being threatened. Other than there being people saying that wolves are dangerous and all there are still some people that believed that they should be saved and have a law of protection. In the website Freep is said “Time and time again the courts have told the service that wolves need further recovery before their protection can be removed” (Collette Adkins). They still are not safe their protection should be revoked These animals should no be hunted anymore they are almost all gone and helping them is actually still possible. If we keep the law that we have for them and move them all into a place where the wouldnt be hunted by people and give them time to actually mate , the population might actually be able to be saved if they are all there and not afraid of being hunted. Another animal that is endangered and could possibly go into extinction are the snow leopards.Snow leopards are found in high altitudes between 9,800 and 17,000 feet high on the mountains of central Asia . They usually travel alone are also single mothers and live in big spaces. When they give birth to their cubs the father is usually never there .Their habitat has to be cold and dry. According to Snow leopard.org “Snow leopards are perfectly adapted to the cold , barren landscape of their high altitude home but some human threats have created and uncertain future for the cats”.Since these animals are about 22-26 inches in height and are 36-44 in length makes most people scared of them. When people are scared they tend to do irrational things. These things happen to involve killing these animals and killing more of these animals makes them endangered .The population of the rarely seen big cat has likely fallen to fewer than 450 in the country, mainly due to hunting.>