Inside British Ground Control Centre from Where Drones & UAV’s are Controlled


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For the first time, British airforce has opened doors to Unmanned Aircraft ground control station in Afghanistan. RAF Waddington has two Ground Control Stations operating unmanned aircraft systems in Afghanistan, including the RAF’s Reaper aircraft. The unmanned aircraft systems, often referred to as drones, include current and future equipment such as Hermes 450, Black Hornet Nano, Tarantula Hawk, Watchkeeper and Scan Eagle.

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