When one of the U.S. Air Force's secretive RQ-170 Sentinel stealth drones crashed along the Afghanistan-Iran border in December and wound up in the hands of the Iranians, it did only "limited damage" to a U.S.-led effort to spy on Iran's suspected nuclear facilities. That's one surprising conclusion of a revealing new story published by The Washington Post on Saturday.
A top Iranian official claimed on Sunday that his government was copying a top-secret American spy drone captured by Iran's armed forced last year. General Amir Ali Hajizadeh, who is chief of the aerospace division of the powerful R... Read Post
A U.S. stealth drone that crashed in Iran last week was part of a CIA reconnaissance mission which involved both the intelligence community and military personnel stationed in Afghanistan, two U.S. officials confirmed to CNN Tuesday... Read Post