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The watchkeepers come from a wide range of back-backgrounds, some having a lifelong connection to the sea and others being new to such matters.
The Campaign Against Arms Trade say ABSL are listed as subcontractors to provide "emergency battery back-up" for a British drone called Watchkeeper WK450.
We now know that this is part of a larger project to develop West Wales as a special area in drone development which will bring Llanbedr into partnership with Aberporth, where the Watchkeeper Drone is being developed by the Ministry of Defence.
For tougher operations, 54 Watchkeepers can stay aloft for 17 hours.
This is while Britain has also made orders for new surveillance drones called Watchkeeper, which are being developed by Thales UK and their partner company, the Israeli Elbit.
The protest comes at the start of a week-long march which passes through Tamworth and Nuneaton to the Thales Watchkeeper factory in Leicester, which manufactures the Watchkeeper drone for the British Royal Air Force for use in Afghanistan.
The West Wales airfield has already been involved in test running the MoD's pounds 680m Watchkeeper UAV development programme, led by French company Thales.
A source said: "Effectively the Clyde watchkeepers have been asked by the Maritime and Coastguard Agency to educate the people who are going to be stealing their jobs.