The First Predator Drones Practiced Hunting Ballistic Missiles
Originally published on May 6, 2015. In April 1995, hundreds of American soldiers arrived at Fort Bliss on the Texas-New Mexico border to practice finding and blowing up missile launchers. A key element of the exercise—nicknamed Roving Sands 95—was a small number of then-experimental Predator drones. Before the threat... Read more
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