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US journal admits to IRI e-abilities in drone landing

An American journal has run an article that is a first, though partial admittance to the fact that the IRI military experts have landed an intruding US drone in an electronic confrontation.

The Thursday version of the Christian Science Monitor has quoted what it calls an ‘Iranian engineer’ that the IRI electronic warfare specialists were able to cut off communications links of the American bat-wing RQ-170 Sentinel “by interfering with the drone’s GPS.”

True or not, this is at least a partial admittance on the part of the state-backed, US media, to the Iranian warfare capabilities, something they were reluctant to acknowledge just a week ago.

“The Iranians were then able to reprogram the drone’s GPS coordinates so the drone thought that Iran was the drone’s home base in Afghanistan,” the US journal has quoted the ‘Iranian engineer.’

Further acknowledgements seem to be on sight. Keep attune.

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