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Whiteman Air Force Base
Kenny Holston / US Air Force

Anti-war activist Brian Terrell is traveling the country educating people on the United States use of unmanned military drones.

Terrell was one of three men arrested for trespassing at Whiteman Air Force Base last April. A Federal Judge found him guilty and he will begin his six-month federal prison sentence on November 30.

Last April, a group of 40 people were protesting peacefully against the use of unmanned drones at the Whiteman Air Force Base.

Whiteman Air Force Base
Kenny Holston / US Air Force

Two anti-war protesters are going on trial in federal court on misdemeanor charges of trespassing at central Missouri's Whiteman Air Force Base.

Ron Faust is a retired minister from Kansas City and Brian Terrell is a member of the Catholic Worker Movement from Maloy, Iowa. Their trial is scheduled Monday in U.S. District Court in Jefferson City.

Faust and Terrell were charged after entering the base near Knob Noster without permission in April during an organized protest of the use of unmanned military drones. Their lawyers said the men planned to plead not guilty.