Iraq receives US surveillance aircraft

2016/8/9 23:47

[Oan- Baghdad]

The Ministry of Defense announced the arrival of an aircraft type CNC WIRE] reconnaissance and surveillance by the United States of America.

The Defense Ministry had announced Sunday received a new batch of four aircraft F-16 fighter jets from the United States under the contract with Lockheed Martin for the purchase of 36 aircraft.
The ministry spokesman Naseer Nouri told all of Iraq [where], "This aircraft will enter the battle to liberate the city of Mosul."

The plane is EMRASS reconnaissance aircraft and the control and monitoring and collection of low-cost information evolution by Boeing for the US military, which is built on the basis of commercial airframe Hawker Beechcraft King Air 350.

The plane flying at medium altitude, they offer Poll capabilities and monitoring, collection and analysis of data and information and transfer immediately to command centers on the battlefield, and has the possibility to identify the goals and determine the location and tracking of targets very carefully in all weather conditions and even at low and poor lighting conditions.

The aircraft used in aerial reconnaissance battalions [AEB] of the Center for Leadership private security and intelligence services of the US Army [INSCOM].