Fate of the Predator UCAV

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January 3rd, 2018, 1:54 am #41



The Predator is one of the first UCAV's that the US fielded, according to open sources some 150 - 200 Predators have been constructed and fielded by the US air force.

The US air force plans to retire the Predator fleet in 2018 as they have the newer and more capable grey eagle and Reaper UCAV's.



For the US the Predator is too light, can carry not much load. Still the Predator UCAV is something that many countries would like to have. Our own ANKA is at Predator level and we have started to field them just recently.




The Question is what will the US do with those retired Predators? Will they give them away (just like the Kiowa's to Greece)? Giving hundred of predators for instance to Greece is a game changer, just food for thought.
Sure, mate. It is our fault for being born where we were and you have every right to declare war on us every 50 years. Also when you get your arses kicked it's totally ok to play the victim and wait for your chance to attack us again. :D

The cause was Byzantine corruption and weakness which allowed us to kick down the doors while the local populations celebrated our victory because they were being bled dry by the high taxes.

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Fere libenter homines id quod volunt credunt.
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January 3rd, 2018, 11:57 am #42



The Predator is one of the first UCAV's that the US fielded, according to open sources some 150 - 200 Predators have been constructed and fielded by the US air force.

The US air force plans to retire the Predator fleet in 2018 as they have the newer and more capable grey eagle and Reaper UCAV's.



For the US the Predator is too light, can carry not much load. Still the Predator UCAV is something that many countries would like to have. Our own ANKA is at Predator level and we have started to field them just recently.




The Question is what will the US do with those retired Predators? Will they give them away (just like the Kiowa's to Greece)? Giving hundred of predators for instance to Greece is a game changer, just food for thought.
while the local populations celebrated our victory because they were being bled dry by the high taxes.

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This strange phenomenon has always repeated through ages.

- In the Netherlands (WW2) you could see people waving German flags when they were defeated and the Nazi's were marching in, a few years later they were swaying Canadian flags when Canadian troops marched in
- In Bagdad you could see Iraqi's swaying American flags and welcoming them

The same in Vietnam and many other wars.

Somehow people even if it are enemies are welcoming in the victor. Strange.
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January 3rd, 2018, 12:00 pm #43



The Predator is one of the first UCAV's that the US fielded, according to open sources some 150 - 200 Predators have been constructed and fielded by the US air force.

The US air force plans to retire the Predator fleet in 2018 as they have the newer and more capable grey eagle and Reaper UCAV's.



For the US the Predator is too light, can carry not much load. Still the Predator UCAV is something that many countries would like to have. Our own ANKA is at Predator level and we have started to field them just recently.




The Question is what will the US do with those retired Predators? Will they give them away (just like the Kiowa's to Greece)? Giving hundred of predators for instance to Greece is a game changer, just food for thought.
greek population more than opened their arms to the victorious turks, their women opened their legs
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January 3rd, 2018, 12:58 pm #44



The Predator is one of the first UCAV's that the US fielded, according to open sources some 150 - 200 Predators have been constructed and fielded by the US air force.

The US air force plans to retire the Predator fleet in 2018 as they have the newer and more capable grey eagle and Reaper UCAV's.



For the US the Predator is too light, can carry not much load. Still the Predator UCAV is something that many countries would like to have. Our own ANKA is at Predator level and we have started to field them just recently.




The Question is what will the US do with those retired Predators? Will they give them away (just like the Kiowa's to Greece)? Giving hundred of predators for instance to Greece is a game changer, just food for thought.
Lol Charlie and your prognosis.
So basically you're saying its your birth right to claim stolen lands because the Mongols were social workers that came all the way from Mongolia to stamp out corruption but somehow in the process forgot to give back what was never legally and morally theirs.
Now if we attack you every fifty years as you claim then how do you explain the 1955 pogroms against the Greeks of turkey?
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January 3rd, 2018, 2:25 pm #45



The Predator is one of the first UCAV's that the US fielded, according to open sources some 150 - 200 Predators have been constructed and fielded by the US air force.

The US air force plans to retire the Predator fleet in 2018 as they have the newer and more capable grey eagle and Reaper UCAV's.



For the US the Predator is too light, can carry not much load. Still the Predator UCAV is something that many countries would like to have. Our own ANKA is at Predator level and we have started to field them just recently.




The Question is what will the US do with those retired Predators? Will they give them away (just like the Kiowa's to Greece)? Giving hundred of predators for instance to Greece is a game changer, just food for thought.
hey kunt features,,, 1955 was an angry civil response and very SMALL in nature compared to the politics and what you filthy lying pucks were doing to Cypriot Turks....


if you kunt didnt start you chit then those civilians would not have been angred


go do a google search on year you coward lying greek phuck
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January 3rd, 2018, 2:33 pm #46



The Predator is one of the first UCAV's that the US fielded, according to open sources some 150 - 200 Predators have been constructed and fielded by the US air force.

The US air force plans to retire the Predator fleet in 2018 as they have the newer and more capable grey eagle and Reaper UCAV's.



For the US the Predator is too light, can carry not much load. Still the Predator UCAV is something that many countries would like to have. Our own ANKA is at Predator level and we have started to field them just recently.




The Question is what will the US do with those retired Predators? Will they give them away (just like the Kiowa's to Greece)? Giving hundred of predators for instance to Greece is a game changer, just food for thought.
Activescum,go tell your mother that what crawled out of her kunt is a filthy dribble spewing low life excrement that would have been better off stomped by an alleged Greek genocide that never materialised. Tell her how you get on the internet and showcase your verbal culture and lack of etiquette you uncouth low life vermin that can't debate without dropping your your filthy gut through that trap you call a mouth you dogpezevenk.
Infact, don't ever address me again period and like wise I won't give you the time of day.
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January 3rd, 2018, 2:40 pm #47



The Predator is one of the first UCAV's that the US fielded, according to open sources some 150 - 200 Predators have been constructed and fielded by the US air force.

The US air force plans to retire the Predator fleet in 2018 as they have the newer and more capable grey eagle and Reaper UCAV's.



For the US the Predator is too light, can carry not much load. Still the Predator UCAV is something that many countries would like to have. Our own ANKA is at Predator level and we have started to field them just recently.




The Question is what will the US do with those retired Predators? Will they give them away (just like the Kiowa's to Greece)? Giving hundred of predators for instance to Greece is a game changer, just food for thought.
GOOOOOOOOOO PHUCK YOURSELF YOU UNDIGNIFIED FILTHY KUNT.


Man you would think ONE phucking group in waff would support you kunts,,, but nahhhh they dont want to be associated with the CRAZIES.


you lot are a complete disgrace.

now go stew you fat smelly prick
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January 3rd, 2018, 2:40 pm #48



The Predator is one of the first UCAV's that the US fielded, according to open sources some 150 - 200 Predators have been constructed and fielded by the US air force.

The US air force plans to retire the Predator fleet in 2018 as they have the newer and more capable grey eagle and Reaper UCAV's.



For the US the Predator is too light, can carry not much load. Still the Predator UCAV is something that many countries would like to have. Our own ANKA is at Predator level and we have started to field them just recently.




The Question is what will the US do with those retired Predators? Will they give them away (just like the Kiowa's to Greece)? Giving hundred of predators for instance to Greece is a game changer, just food for thought.
GOOOOOOOOOO PHUCK YOURSELF YOU UNDIGNIFIED FILTHY KUNT.


Man you would think ONE phucking group in waff would support you kunts,,, but nahhhh they dont want to be associated with the CRAZIES.


you lot are a complete disgrace.

now go stew you fat smelly prick
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