Downlink Interference Blamed in 2017 Central Command Drone Crash

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The Air Force on Monday said an MQ-9A remotely piloted aircraft crashed a year ago in the Central Command area of responsibility because the ground control station lost its downlink on final approach. According to an Air Combat Command abbreviated accident investigation report, on May 6, 2017, the Reaper, from

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