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JULY 2020

Second NATO Combat Drone Mysteriously Crashed Near Libya’s Tripoli


Second NATO Combat Drone Mysteriously Crashed Near Libya's Tripoli


On November, 23 the US African Command annoucned that it had lost a “remotely piloted aircraft” over Tripoli on November 21.

“An unarmed U.S. Africa Command remotely piloted aircraft (RPA) was lost over Tripoli, Libya, Nov. 21.

RPA operations are conducted in Libya to assess the ongoing security situation and monitor violent extremist activity.

These operations are critical to counter terror activity in Libya and are fully coordinated with appropriate government officials.

The incident is currently under investigation.”

This became the second incident involving  a foreign combat drone in the Tripoli area this week. On November 20, a MQ-9A Predator B unmanned combat aerial vehicle of the Italian Air Force crashed at Tarhunah, southeast of Tripoli. The Italian combat drone was reportedly shot down by the Libyan National Army.

Second NATO Combat Drone Mysteriously Crashed Near Libya's Tripoli

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  • verner

    someone somewhere has learnedhow to intercept the command signals from the operator and is now selling the info to all and sundry on the other side of the divide, i.e. to the parties not aligned with the unhinged states of A/squatterrepublic and the nefarious plans this latter enemy of the world’s people have.

    • You can call me Al

      You could be right of course, but these things are so big, they are laughable.

      US$15.9 million blasted. Lovely.

  • John

    Bad streak of luck there.

    • FlorianGeyer

      Long may it last, John :)