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Media Reports of Terrorist Attempts to Employ UAVs

Our Analysis: Threat of Terrorism Using Unmanned Aerial Vehicles: Technical Aspects

This page is updated March 6, 2005

1) Michael Gips, "A Remote Threat," Security Management Online, October 2002.

2) Michael Gips, 2000.

3) Michael Gips, 2000.

4) "Colombia - FARC Drones Discovered," EFE News Service, August 28, 2002.

5) Dennis M. Gormley, "UAVs and Cruise Missiles as Possible Terrorist Weapons," In "New Challenges in Missile Proliferation, Missile Defences, and Space Security," Ed. by James Clay Moltz, Occasional Paper N 12, Center for Nonproliferation Studies, Mauntbatten Centre for International Studies, July 2003.

6) "Arafat's New Terror Weapon: Exploding Toy Planes," DEBKAfile Special Counter-Terror Report, January 14, 2003, 4:33 PM (GMT+02:00).

7) "Israeli Reconnaissance Plane Has Been Stolen," Vremya Novostey, November 11, 2003.

8) Testimony of Dennis M. Gormley, Senior Fellow, Monterey Institute's Center for Nonproliferation Studies, before the Subcommittee on National Security, Emerging Threats, and International Affairs of the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Government Reform, March 9, 2004.

9) "Terrorist Act with UAV Employment Has Been Prevented in Israel," - in Russian, Polit.Ru, March 10, 2004.

10) Ed Blanche, IDF uses armed UAVs against Gaza militants, Jane's Missiles and Rockets, December 1, 2004.

11) Eugene Miasnikov, Terrorists Develop UAVs (A Comment on 'Mirsad 1' Flight Over Israel, December 6, 2004.

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