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Predator Drone Maker General Atomics Flying Spy Missions For the Pentagon Since April

“Currently, Air Force crews fly 60 Predator and Reaper combat air patrols, where one CAP means keeping one aircraft in the air around the clock. The Pentagon wants to push that towards 90 by 2019, the Wall Street Journal reported Monday. With Air Force drone crews worn out by wartime operations, military leaders are turning to the Army, U.S. Special Operations Command — and the defense industry.”

Source: Predator Drone Maker General Atomics Flying Spy Missions For the Pentagon Since April – Defense One

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