Air Force announces official retirement date for iconic MQ-1 Predator

The Air Force will officially retire its iconic, groundbreaking — and controversial ― MQ-1 Predator on March 9, officials at Creech Air Force Base said.

In a Wednesday release, Creech said that the Air Force will shift to entirely using MQ-9 Reapersfor combat missions after the Predator’s sunset. The Air Force also flies unarmed RQ-4 Global Hawks for reconnaissance missions.

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Source: Stephen Losey

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Dr. Monique Chouraeshkenazi