NATO Ups Tempo Of AGS Force Flights

A RQ-4D Phoenix ready for take-off at NAGSF's base at Sigonella, Sicily.
Credit: NATO / Christian Träger
NATO’s Alliance Ground Surveillance Force (NAGSF) has stress-tested its capabilities by flying three missions on three consecutive days. The alliance’s newest joint aviation organization, the NAGSF flies five Northrop Grumman RQ-4D Global Hawks—named Phoenix—tasked with ground-radar reconnaissance...

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