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ANALYSIS: UK 'pleased with progress' of Predator UAV testing

The UK’s role in the coalition efforts in the Middle East over recent years has led the country to become an operator of a number of discriminating technologies, in particular an armed version of the General Atomics Aeronautical Systems MQ-9 Reaper UAV. The UK operates a 10-strong fleet of Block 1 variants, and had the privilege of being only the second nation after USA to be authorised to fly armed versions of the type.

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