Britain is working toward setting up a joint Predator unmanned aerial vehicle unit with the U.S., one of a raft of moves emerging from a top-level military meeting that included USAF Gen. Richard Myers, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. British personnel are soon to begin training in using the General Atomics Predator UAV, with the possibility they will then be deployed to form a U.K.-U.S. operations unit in Iraq. Alongside the creation of the Predator unit, the meeting, held ...

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