The United States Air Force provides day and night support to troops all around the world, and Holloman Air Force Base’s remotely piloted aircraft
training mission is at the forefront.
“We are making the transition from the Block 1 MQ-9 Reaper and Block 15 Ground Control Station to the Block 5 MQ-9 Reaper and the Block 30 GCS,”
said Lt. Col. Alfred Rosales, 6th Attack Squadron commander. “Quite frankly it is a step in the right direction toward the innovation piece that the RPA
community has been founded on.”
Holloman’s step …
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