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A U-2 spy plane caused a computer glitch at a California air traffic control center that led officials to halt takeoffs on Wednesday at several airports in the Southwestern United States.
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The CIA is acknowledging the existence of Area 51 in newly declassified documents.
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Tokyo: The US military is set to deploy an unmanned spy plane in Japan to boost surveillance capabilities as North Korea apparently readied for missile launches, a newspaper report said on Saturday.
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Four militants were killed when a US drone targeted a vehicle in the lawless North Waziristan tribal region of Pakistan on Thursday.
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US plans to send a military spy plane to South Korea to detect potential attacks by the North during a global nuclear forum.
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Four American special operations personnel were killed over the weekend in the crash of their aircraft in Djibouti as it returned from a mission, the US military said Monday.
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The spy drone was not fired upon and it crashed due to some technical fault in its system.
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Iran`s Revolutionary Guard denied
on Friday that it shot down an unmanned US spy plane over a
uranium enrichment site, saying that its air defenses had only
hit a test target.
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Iranian President has threatened to destroy the US and Israel and send them to morgue.
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A new intelligence and surveillance aircraft that falls into the category of an Optionally Piloted Vehicle (OPV) with its ability to be flown robotically or with a human pilot on board was unveiled recently.
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A spy plane crashed Friday during routine training and its two pilots were killed in the second military accident to strike South Korea.
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A former North Korean spy who blew up a South Korean plane in 1987, arrived in Tokyo early Tuesday to meet with the families of Japanese citizens abducted by North Korean agents, news reports said.
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