No drone zone: At Whiteman AFB Oct. 1, drone protesters gather at the yellow/orange “no drone zone” sign warning pests not to fly drones over the base. Imagine! From left, on the ground, are Chris Overfelt of Vets for Peace, Jean Rosenthal, Brian Terrell, Jeff Stack of Mid-Missouri Fellowship of Reconciliation, Ron Faust. Standing, from left: David Kingsley, Kristin Scheer, Charles Carney, Jonne Long, Ann Suellentrop, Cris Mann, Toni Faust.—Photo by Jane Stoever

Drone protest at home of the Hellhounds

"Crimes with global consequences are being committed in this very place," says Brian Terrell in this talk he gave at the entry to Whiteman AFB Oct. 1.

‘Fly Kites, Not Drones’ takes wing at Whiteman AFB

The rally “Fly Kites, Not Drones” took wing at the Spirit Gate to Whiteman Air Force Base April 30. Eight kites kissed the sky as 30 people, with peace dog Lily, condemned drone warfare. At Whiteman and about 40 other US bases, personnel guide drones to their targets. “The Bureau of Investigative Journalism says as many as 4,000 people, including more than 200 children, have been killed by drone strikes in Pakistan alone,” said Joy First of Mount Horeb, WI, keynote speaker.