Term Paper: Drones Preliminary Analysis

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[. . .] Brooks has been assigned the committee assignments of Armed Forces, Space and Technology and Aeronautics so it is very much likely that he would raise questions about the technicalities that are involved in the operation of drones. He might ask as to how the operations of these drones can be improved and other questions regarding the mechanics of drones.

Paul Gosar

Paul Anthony Gosar, member of the Republican Party is the United States House of Represented since the year 2011 from Arizona. Born on 27th November 1958 he is the representative of the 4th congressional district of Arizona. The district that he represents includes most part of the rural western portion of Arizona. During his first term, Gosar was the representative of the 1st district that is the neighboring district of the 4th district (Wilson, 2012).

Native of Pinedale, Wyoming, Gosar is the son of Bernadette M. And Antone Jon Gosar. His father was a Slovenian, meanwhile his mother was a Basque and she had migrated from the French city of Banca. Pete Gosar, who was a famous college football player and a student at the University of Wyoming, is the younger brother of Gosar. Pete Gosar also known for making an attempt for a nomination for the office of Governor of Wyoming as a candidate of the Democratic Party in the year 2010, in which he did not succeed.

Gosar completed his degree in dentistry from Creighton Boyne School of Dentistry. After graduating, he practiced his profession in Flagstaff for almost 25 years. He was nominated as the "Dentist of the Year" by the Arizona Dental Association for the year 2001 and he was later on also nominated for the ADA Hall of Fame for which he served as the President. Moreover, he was also made the President of the Northern Arizona Dental Society. Gosar was then also named the Vice-Chair of the ADA Council on Governmental Affairs.

According to Gosar, the Second Amendment is a very important set of rights that have been provided by the Bill of Rights and he believes that anything should be done to make sure that these basic rights of the people should not be restricted or infringed under any circumstances. He claims that these are the rights of the people that have been protected by the constitution. He was also the cosponsor for the National Right to Carry Reciprocity Act that was brought forth in the year 2011. This is the bill that would make it possible for the people who are not the citizens of the states to have hidden carry license to carry hidden weapons in that particular state. The "Amendment to Restore 2nd Amendment Rights on Army Corps of Engineers Administered Recreational Lands" was also sponsored by Gosar. This is amendment that would legalize the citizens to carry weapons when they moving about on the land that has been administered by the Army of Corps of Engineers. Because of his efforts for carrying the concealed weapons, he was endorsed by the National Rifle Association. According to some reports he was also given a rating of 92% by NRA. NRA is not the only association that endorsed him, but Gun Owners of America also endorsed him and gave him a rating of 75%.

Gosar has not made any claims or has not passed any judgments or arguments regarding the drone attacks or the increased use of drones by America. Moreover, he has also not said any for or against the stance of the Obama's administration on the increased use of drones to transmit the videos from Iran, Afghanistan and Pakistan. On the other hand, he has not expressed any kind of opposition for the proposals of increasing the number of drones that are owned by Pentagon at the moment. Therefore, it cannot be said definitely as to what would be his objections on the analysis of the drones, but there are chances that he would also be in the favor of increased use and manufacture of drones considering his favor of carrying weapons by the citizens for purposes of self-defense.

Tom Cotton

Member of the Republican Party, Thomas Cotton was born on the 13th of May in the year 1977. He is a member of the United States House of Representatives and is the representative of the 4th congressional district of Arkansas since the year 2013.

Cotton was born in Russellville, Arkansas. He graduated from Harvard College and Harvard Law School. After graduating he started working as a law clerk and then later on worked as an attorney as a part of his private practice before he made it to the list of the United States Army in the year 2005. Cotton serves a term in Iraq and then in Afghanistan before he left the U.S. Army and retired as a Captain the year 2009. Before he returned to his hometown, he was a management consultant at McKinsey and Company. When he returned to his hometown, he worked on the cattle farm of his family.

In the year 2011, Cotton announced that he would be an election candidate would run for the Congress under the Republican Party. Cotton made it to the list of the United States Army in the year 2005 after which was asked to enter the Officer Candidate School in the same year. He was given the rank of a second lieutenant in the United States Army in June of the same year. Later on, Cotton attended the Ranger School and the United States Army Airborne School (Tom Cotton About, 2011).

Cotton was deployed in Baghdad, Iraq in the project of Operation Iraqi Freedom that was planned in the year 2006. He worked in this project as the platoon leader and infantry officer. Being a part of the 101st Airborne Division, he was given the responsibility of the air assault infantry platoon that consisted of 41 men. Therefore, he was also responsible for the leadership and planning of the combat patrol that were conducted on a daily basis (Baumann, 2012). His first military tour was completed in the year 2006 in Iraq after which he was also honored with the Combat Infantrymen Badge, Army Commendation Medal, the Iraq Campaign Medal to name a few among the many military service and combat medals that were awarded to Cotton. In the year 2008, Cotton once again wanted to be a part of a military duty after which he was given a promotion and he became a Captain. This time he was made a part of the Operation Enduring Freedom and was deployed in Afghanistan. The province of Afghanistan that was assigned to him was not an easy one. He was made responsible for the Laghman Province that is situated in the north of the Tora Bora mountain range in the eastern region of Afghanistan. After Cotton returned from his second tour of Afghanistan in the year 2009 he was honored with the Bronze Star Medal and a couple of other military service medals for his duties that he performed in the battle field. In the September of 2009, Cotton was discharged from the Army with great honor at Fort Myer in Virginia.

Since Cotton has been a part of the military campaigns in the countries against which American makes use of the drones the most, Cotton can come up with objections pertaining to the appropriate use of these vehicles in the military campaigns. He can also raise technical questions about the importance of drones in the military attacks that are conducted against these countries and whether or not there is an alternate to these unmanned air vehicles.

Duncan D. Hunter

Born on the 7th of December 1976, Duncan Hunter is a member of the House of Representatives of the United States. Hunter has been serving the Congress since the year 2009. He is the former representative of the 52nd congressional district of California. His father Duncan Lee Hunter was posted on this office before him. When redistricting took place, Hunter's district was moved to the 50th district when the 113th Congress started in the beginning of this year.

The district of which Hunter is the representative (being a member of the Republican Party) covers virtually all of the San Diego County with exception of the border and coastal areas. The areas that come under the district of Hunter include San Marcos, Fallbrook, Santee, Valley Center, Lakeside and Escondido. Moreover the desert and the mountain areas along with the Imperial County also come under the district of Hunter. Being a former officer in the United States Marine Corps as well, Hunter is a veteran of the War in Afghanistan and the Iraq War. Moreover, he is also named… [END OF PREVIEW]

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