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22.02.2018 16:28

'Predator' Transfer from USAF to USN

The US Navy is interested in acquiring US Air Force's MQ-1 Predator unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) which are slated to retire, a USAF spokesperson revealed on 20 February. USAF will end MQ-1 operations on 9 March. 

USAF confirmed that it expects to complete its planned transition from the MQ-1 to the larger MQ-9 Reaper by the end of 2018. The Air Force is now working with the Navy to determine configurations and quantity for possible transfer. 

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