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James Mackler Drones and the International Law of Armed Conflict

A discussion of U.S. Drone strikes and modern warfare

February 9th | Reception at 5:30pm | Dinner at 6:15pm | Conversation starting at 7pm

James will discuss the international law of armed conflict as it relates to the use of what the Air Force calls Remotely Piloted Aircraft. He will provide his perspective as a current Air National Guard attorney and a former combat helicopter pilot and Judge Advocate for the 101st Airborne Division. 

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RSVP: Email kstrunk@fbtlaw.com or call 513-651-6166

WAC members – $30 | Guest – $35 | Pay at event or send check (payable to FPLC) to Joe Dehner, 3300 Greater American Tower, 301 E. 4th Street, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202

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