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The seen unseen of drone warfare
Tom Holert

platforms yet. Furthermore, it is not clear to what extent the traditional kind of drone vision has actually been replaced with crosshairs –​a feature that became familiar when the war on terror escalated after 9/​11. The point-​of-​view crosshair image, with the tracking square framing the movements of those under surveillance and potentially about to be ‘engaged’, to use the military euphemism for killing or murder, is probably the essential icon of drone warfare: the view from above, supported by and imbued with the specific intimate relations between crew and sensor

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