battle creek air national guard base

"Michigan's members of Congress on Wednesday sent a letter to Defense Secretary Ashton Carter asking for an Air National Guard base in Battle Creek to be selected as the location for a cyber-security mission which could maintain and protect and operate information networks." (Battle Creek Enquirer)

Maya Evans / Voices for Creative Nonviolence

Since the terror attacks in September 2001, the U.S. has increasingly used un-piloted aircraft to watch, and often attack, those considered to be enemies. But the use of what some call “drones” has been controversial. That controversy is headed to the Air National Guard base in Battle Creek this weekend as anti-drone activists end a march that began in Chicago.

Battle Creek's Air National Guard Base received mission to operate drones

Battle Creek's base will be used as a control center for drone aircraft

The Associated Press

Battle Creek's Air National Guard Base is getting a new mission, but not the one that local leaders had hoped for. Battle Creek Enquirer reporter Jennifer Bowman spoke with WMUK's Gordon Evans Friday morning.

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