The images from South Waziristan are out of date, originally taken in January of 2007.
And the treatise on modern warfare doesn't end there.
The missile attack was made by a remote-controlled drone aircraft -- which, soon enough, might be as easy to pilot as accessing the iTunes Store.
While a world away the military was taking out a target, back home in the States a team of researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology announced a new application for the iPhone.
No, it won't find restaurants near Zangari Algad on Yelp. Instead, it allows for soldiers in the field to control an unarmed, hand-thrown reconnaisance drone.
In other words, watch out terrorists -- we've got consumer electronic devices, and we aren't afraid to use them.
Image from Google Earth.
Jackson West wonders if the MIT project will be approved by the App Store.