Four U.S.-made MQ-1C Gray Eagle drones will be supplied to Kiev?

Hsmilitarycom: Military expert, editor-in-chief of the magazine National Defense Igor Korotchenko responded to a Reuters report on the supply of the MQ-1 C Gray Eagle unmanned reconnaissance aircraft from the United States to Ukraine.

"Given the tactical and technical characteristics and capabilities, they can be used for attacks on the territory of the Russian Federation," he asserted.

According to specialists, experts from the United States may be the operators of this weapon.

The night before it was reported that the administration of US President Joe Biden would sell four MQ-1C Gray Eagle drones to Kiev, which could be equipped with Hellfire missiles.

According to the interlocutor of the agency, the sale of drones produced by General Atomics could be blocked by the US Congress.

As previously written by the Public News Service, Alexei Leonkov, editor of the magazine Arsenal of the Fatherland, noted that this US-made drone does not have the latest version. The MQ-1C drone has been in use since 2008. The Russian army has the means to neutralize these weapons.

If the Ukrainian military uses MQ-1C drones and flies at low altitudes, the Tor-M2 anti-aircraft missile system will cope, the expert said.

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