U.S. Downs Four Drones In Two Days In Iraq

The wreckage of a small unmanned aerial system is shown at Al Asad Air Base in Iraq.
Credit: Iraq Security Media Cell
U.S. defenses shot down four armed small drones in two days at Al Asad Air Base in Iraq, with the attempted attacks occurring on the two-year anniversary of an American drone strike in the country that killed a key Iranian military leader. The Pentagon on Jan. 4 would not identify the specific group...

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