Drone. Iran. America. Use these words in a sentence.

#2
I could try making a sentence out of those words, but my dictionary doesn't recognise Ameria. ;-)
 
#3
Yeah, I know... Can't edit it either.

Edit:- oooh, yes I can!
 
#4
Iran.."We,ve got your Drone"

Septic.."No you have,nt"

Iran.."Yes we have"

Septic.."No you have,nt

Iran.."Yes we Have"

ad nauseam
 

OldSnowy

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#6
Drones get lost, they crash, they disappear. No-one really gives a stuff because they are relatively cheap, and of course don't contain any people.

I can well believe that a UAV that was lost by someone has been recovered by someone else. It's hardly going to stop any US deployment in the Gulf though.
 
#7
Looking at how low-tech (barring optics etc) the ScanEagle is I doubt the US are too concerned even if it was one of theirs. Of note is that other gulf nations also operate the drone as well.
 
#8
As stated in the report, other countries in the Gulf area use em, so what Manley said
That's at odds with Wiki and other online sources though...
 
#10
The Chinese got a nice collection of lost Tomahawks that came down over Iran during the assorted Gulf Wars.
 
#14
I imagine someone is spluttering through their falafel 'oy vey iz mir, we've gone and lost another US donation'.
 
#17
Flight control system hacked by a baddie geek and brought down to land on convenient Iranian runway?

Maybe it's a Trojan drone and is spreading spores to convert Persians into fans of bacon sarnies?
 

TheIronDuke

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#19
This is clearly a propeller from USS John Stennis which means the Iranians have actually captured a Nimitz class nuclear powered supercarrier and the cunning FARS News Agency is putting out disinformation claiming it is a small radio controlled plane.



USS Stennis propellor.jpg



I am shocked. In the past FARS has been entirely trustworthy and honest. And now they lie to us? Shocked.
 

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