Iraq Could Give Unmanned MQ-8B New Life

8 August 2007 (Last Updated August 8th, 2007 11:11)

The US Army could send a new unmanned vehicle to Iraq that transmits infrared and optical imagery to commanders as it hovers above the battlefield, according to a report on www.military.com Army Vice-Chief of Staff General Richard Cody told the website he has requested unmanned surveill

The US Army could send a new unmanned vehicle to Iraq that transmits infrared and optical imagery to commanders as it hovers above the battlefield, according to a report on www.military.com

Army Vice-Chief of Staff General Richard Cody told the website he has requested unmanned surveillance, much like the Northrop Grumman MQ-8B, for Iraq forces.