The first military dron retires

The American army has resigned this month to Hunter, the first combat dron, who has been serving the military for more than 20 years, performing reconnaissance missions. The machine has no weaponry, and its purpose was to collect intelligence only.

It would seem that drones in the US Army have only been in service recently, but the truth is that the military has been using it for more than two decades. I’m just getting ready to retire the first unmanned Hunter called Hunter.

The scout machine began its service in 1995. Its great usefulness was demonstrated in 1999 during the Balkan mission, and since 2003 has served in Iraq by providing valuable intelligence intelligence. Hunter is not a combat dron, and has no weapons on board, and serves as a reconnaissance and reconnaissance machine, providing the military with the movements and position of enemy forces.