The Pentagon announced this week that it intends to continue patrolling international territory despite Moscow putting the U.S. on notice after an incident last week in which an American MQ-9 Reaper drone was intercepted and then subsequently crashed into the Black Sea. The Kremlin has announced that it has closed some of the airspace over the Black Sea as part of a ‘special operation’ taking place in Ukraine.
On Tuesday, March 14th the Pentagon released a statement about a Russian fighting jet colliding with a drone operated by the US military over the Black Sea. The impact caused the drone to crash and it has not yet been recovered.
While the U.S. and Europe have joined forces in an effort to target putting sanctions on Iranian-made drones that are being shipped to Russia, Iran and Russia have agreed to establish a joint drone manufacturing facility in Russia, according to a weekend report from Wall Street Journal.
As if the White House requesting another $38 billion in aid for Ukraine recently wasn’t enough, a group of bipartisan senators has asked the Biden administration to provide Ukraine with the advanced MQ-1C Gray Eagle drone that would allow Kyiv to have longer-range capabilities.
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Middle East Center for Reporting and Analysis On Thursday Iran’s IRGC announced that it had launched a major drill dubbed Illa Beit al-Maqdis (الی بیت المقدس 1), a reference to the way “to Jerusalem”, in the Persian Gulf region. The exercise took place with IRGC deputy-leader Hossein Salami and Amir…