The American Global Hawk drone can stay in the air for 30 hours at an altitude of up to 18 kilometers
RQ-4 Global Hawk heading towards the northeast coast of the Caucasus. More than 18 thousand people are watching the flight.
The United States sent a new reconnaissance drone to the Black Sea. This is evidenced by data from the Flightradar service on Friday, March 17.
This is a strategic reconnaissance drone RQ-4 Global Hawk with the call sign FORTE10. He took off from the Sigonella airbase on the Italian island of Sicily in the Mediterranean Sea, circled in Romanian airspace for several hours, and then entered the sea.
Now the RQ-4 Global Hawk is heading towards the northeast coast of the Caucasus. More than 18 thousand people are watching this flight.
Recall that on March 14, Russian Su-27 aircraft shot down an American MQ-9 Reaper drone, which conducted reconnaissance in international airspace over the Black Sea.
Russia stated that it allegedly had nothing to do with the fall of the drone – the device “flyed with violations” and fell due to sharp maneuvering. But yesterday, the US European Command released a drone video showing an attack by Russian Su-27s.
Also yesterday, the media reported that Russia allegedly found a downed American drone.
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