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Mihiel and in the Argonne." Clearly, aerial reconnaissance would continue to be a critical component of Army Intelligence operations.
Intended for use as a surveillance and aerial reconnaissance platform, the Pterodactyl I is capable of being fitted with air-to-surface weapons for use in an unmanned combat aerial vehicle role.
The squadron completed their final mission as a Tornado unit in February after providing aerial reconnaissance for forces in Afghanistan.
AERIAL reconnaissance operations to track the debris of MH370 remained suspended on Monday owing to inclement weather triggered by cyclone Gillian that is raging in the Indian Ocean in the vicinity of the search zone.
Lebanese Forces leader Samir Geagea was the reported target of Friday's aerial reconnaissance, but there has been a deafening silence from the Army.
Civil Defence is exhibiting an aerial reconnaissance drone, capable of taking
THI QAR/ Aswat al-Iraq: Security forces conducted aerial reconnaissance operations on its administrative territories in order to prevent terrorists from being present there.
It brings out the important historical point that the main duty of the Royal Flying Corps (RFC) was aerial reconnaissance and artillery spotting.
Secondly, the military interventions in Libya and Mali have shown that Europe lacks aerial reconnaissance. "The operation in Libya has a positive story to tell about European leadership, but we also learned that Europeans lack some critical capabilities," says NATO Secretary-General Anders Fogh Rasmussen.
The Mission's aerial reconnaissance capability is under resourced and further constrained by stringent, but essential, aviation safety rules.
The aircraft will be used for conducting flight training, aerial reconnaissance and light air support operations and is a key element of US government partner-building efforts in Afghanistan and other partner nations.
Archaeologist Dr Toby Driver said: "The snow provides breathtaking conditions for our aerial reconnaissance.

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