Drone technology is poised to make a comeback as the U.S. government works to prevent attacks by terrorists using drones.
The National Counterterrorism Center’s annual report, which was released Monday, found the threat of terrorist attacks has dropped significantly over the last five years.
While the number of terrorist incidents remains high, they are on the decline and fewer attacks are being carried out by drone operators, the report found.
The decline has been driven by a significant drop in terrorist attacks by unmanned aircraft.
The number of attacks by drones has declined dramatically since the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, and the last time the U-2 surveillance plane flew over Iraq was in April 2011, according to the report.
The number of incidents has been on a steady decline since the last attack by an unmanned aircraft in 2009.
The Brennan Center for Justice’s report found that the use of drones to strike al-Qaeda and the Taliban has become less common as drones become more prevalent in the U of A and elsewhere.
The report also found that drone attacks have decreased significantly since 2008, when drones were used to attack al-Qaida.
The report also pointed out that attacks on civilians have also dropped significantly.
The U.N. Human Rights Council has called for a ban on drones in the country, and a U.K.-based organization has also suggested a ban.
The president has said he wants to end the use and sale of unmanned aircraft, but has not proposed a new drone policy.
President Obama has also called for increased restrictions on drone use and the development of drone technology.
The president said he will review the law and policy governing the use, storage and transfer of drones, and whether any changes should be made.