is on the move and is not going to let the drone go to waste.
The U.S. Reaper drone that crashed in the Black Sea Tuesday will be recovered and studied, a Russian spy chief claims, as the two countries tousle over how exactly the unmanned aircraft was brought down.
An MQ-9 Reaper attack-reconnaissance drone crashed into the Black Sea on Tuesday morning, prompting the United States Air Force (USAF) to accuse Russia of having acted in an “environmentally unsound” manner by dumping aviation fuel onto the drone before striking its propeller, causing it to lose power and crash. Russia for their part denied having come into contact with the drone, stating it crashed by itself without their help.
It is actually quite unimportant what the truth of the matter is.
What will really be interesting is if the Russians recover it and hand it over to the Iranians for reverse engineering
Russia could use the oldest working warship in the world to raise the drone wreckage, while the U.S. is thought to have no ships in the area.Oliver JJ Lane (Breitbart)