DARK SECRET TRUTH ABOUT US MILITARY DRONE OPERATORS

Killers, drinkers & traumatized for life: What it means to be a US drone operator in ‘war on terror’.
‘Everyone drank’
In ‘National Bird’, a 2016 documentary about the devastating impacts of US drone wars, 
investigative journalist Sonia Kennebeck spoke to three other whistleblowers who have been trying to expose the dark realities of the drone program.
One man, identified only as Daniel, was a homeless teen whose male family members were in prison for petty crimes. 
Another, Heather Linebaugh, was a high-school graduate looking for a way out of rural Pennsylvania.

“I was under the impression that America was saving the world, like, that we were Big Brother and we were helping everyone out,” Linebaugh told Kennebeck.
But reality eventually hit. “It’s so primitive, raw, stripped-down death. This is real. It’s not a joke,” she said.
You see someone die because you said it was okay to kill them. I was always shaking. Sometimes I would just go to the bathroom and just sit on the toilet. I mean just sit there in my uniform and just cry.
For Linebaugh, after three years on the job, the psychological trauma proved too much and she was diagnosed as suicidal. 
Two of her colleagues committed suicide and many others relied heavily on alcohol.
Another former imagery analyst, Michael Haas, told Rolling Stone, that he and his colleagues would call alcohol “drone fuel” because it essentially “kept the program going.”
“Everyone drank. There was a lot of coke, speed, and that sort of thing,” Haas said. 
“If the higher ups knew, then they didn’t say anything, but I’m pretty sure they must have known. It was everywhere.”
https://www.rt.com/usa/444600-us-drone-operators-whistleblowers/

ONE THING IS TO KILL TERRORISTS, BUT OTHER TO KILL INNOCENT CIVILIANS AND CHILDREN.
Way to go America. Evil blood thirsty war hungry soulless America.