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Operation Fishbowl is an operation in which military personnel use drones to gather intelligence and take photographs.
The mission has drawn criticism because the images are of people being dragged around the perimeter of a building, as if the building is being used for military purposes.
The operation has drawn scrutiny because the photos are of the people being drag around the exterior of a propertyThe mission, operated by the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA), uses the drone to capture images of property.DISA has acknowledged the images were taken by unmanned aircraft, but has defended them.
“There was no intent to drag or to harass anyone,” the DISA spokesperson said in a statement to The Hill.
“The images captured were consistent with DISA’s requirements for safety and to ensure compliance with law.”
The images, captured by a DISA surveillance drone, were consistent.
DISA said it was not able to confirm that any of the images depicted any individuals being dragged, though the drone has a camera mounted on it that can capture a clear image.
The images were not taken by the drone, but rather by an agency contractor who was providing surveillance and intelligence to the military.
The contractor said in the statement that he was not aware of any activity that involved any individuals.
The DISA also released an update on the operation, saying it had identified a “significant security breach” involving an unauthorised remote access to the property.”DISA’s team continues to work to resolve this issue, and we will provide a further update as soon as we can,” the agency said.
The agency said it had not seen any images of the drag operation, but that the images had been captured by an unmanned aircraft.
The Department of Defense declined to comment.
The Washington Post reported that a DIA contractor had been fired for sharing intelligence with the military, but the agency has yet to make any official statement.DIA has been criticized for the way the program is run, with some critics questioning whether the agency is properly tracking and securing its information.
The program has also come under fire because it has led to the accidental deaths of more than 100 people, most of them in Afghanistan.