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Sunday, 10 April 2016

US Marine Corps fly RQ-21A UAV in controlled airspace for the first time

The US Marines have flown an RQ-1A Blackjack UAV in controlled airspace for the first time. The flight took place at the Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, North Carolina, home base of Marine Unmanned Air Vehicle Squadron 2 (VMU-2), on 21 March. The air station is considered Class D airspace.
A USMC RQ-21A UAV
(Source: USMC)
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