Drones for Iraqi Navy

The US office for Security Cooperation in Iraq has announced:

“the sale of roughly 12 of the U.S. Navy’s Scan Eagle unmanned drones”…

“with surveillance packages that will allow the aircraft to conduct day and night missions”…

“operated by members of the Iraqi navy and will provide overwatch for the country’s oil platforms off its southern coast”…

“The new drones are expected to be operational by the end of this year.”…

“American defense firms have been more than happy to oblige the increasing international appetite for unmanned technologies”…

“The Obama administration…has unveiled a new export reform strategy that is designed to double military and commercial exports over the next five years. ”

“…all military and commercial exports will be overseen by a single licensing agency and export enforcement coordination center”

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