Pakistani security personnel examine a crashed American surveillance drone some two kilometres inside Pakistani territory in the town of Chaman in the insurgency-hit Baluchistan province – AFP
An American surveillance drone equipped with a camera crashed in southwestern Pakistan on Thursday close to the Afghan border, local officials said, adding the wreckage had been recovered.
The unmanned aircraft went down because of a technical fault just inside Pakistani territory in Chaman town, in insurgency-hit Baluchistan province, but had caused no damage, a security official in the area told the media.
“It was an American surveillance unmanned aerial vehicle. It crashed on this side of the border,” said the official, who spoke on condition of anonymity, adding the wreckage of the aircraft had been recovered.
Source: Deccan Chronicle
Pakistani security personnel examine a crashed American surveillance drone some two kilometres inside Pakistani…
by Tactical-Life.com / Aug 29, 2011