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Special series -- dire -- all week.
We've been covering how -- military protects the global oil supply flowing through the Strait of Hormuz every day.
From the cost of danger.
While I was in our rain I was lucky enough to be invited -- to actually spend a night on board the USS enterprise and the fifth fleet which is actually scheduled to be decommissioned later this -- He's the face of the military changing all in terms you know as you seen this.
Tremendous -- retired.
And we hear more and more about drones.
You know -- manned missions and you hear more about.
Is is the face of the military changing.
-- -- us along time thirty years and fact my first deployment is on USS midway rate where we are right here.
-- and I was flying an F four phantom.
And now -- you look at these F eighteen super -- and I think it's -- parallel to your question because.
The technology has really increased and yes we do you have things that fly around that -- don't know -- we have a man or woman in.
So -- technology has improved.
I think you have to be very cautious to not say that everything's being run by technology because the man in the loop this still globally ultimate decision maker and that's still true today.
I mean eventually will go to where they'll be more things -- that don't have people.
You likely see.
Aircraft flying off the flight deck of an aircraft carrier that don't have highland.
It doesn't take anything away from still having demand and -- whether that persons in the cockpit outside the cockpit it's still managed over decision.
Does it save more American lives that way to put fewer lives at risk depends it depends on the mission set that you're doing are certainly some missions where.
The risk is higher that we may want to put just the machine in place here.
But I think there's still something be said about the human resolved.
Putting -- into armed conflict when direct.
So I think for those of us that are out here on the cutting edge we don't lose that perspective.
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