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An American unmanned reconnaissance aircraft was detected in the region of the Crimean peninsula. This was reported by the MK.RU publication with reference to the Flightradar24 service.

It was recorded that the Northrop Grumman RQ-4B Global Hawk UAV with the ID code FORTE11 was seen in the sky near the Russian border. It flew at an altitude of about 18 km and was located over the Black Sea at a distance of about 100 km from the Crimea. His task was to collect information from the site of special military operations and about the territory of the peninsula. Adding information about the event.

Earlier, the media reported that the British Air Force will receive American long-range drones. A total of 26 MQ-9B Protector devices should enter the Air Force. The British military is currently training on how to operate the new UAV.

Source: Riafan

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