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US Air Force Admits Drone Computer Network "Outage" In September

While the Russians have not been blamed yet, reports that the US Air Force is currently investigating a secure network outage in early September at one of the military’s principal centers for global drone operations in Nevada. In early September, a secure computer network experienced an outage at the Creech Air Force Base, just north of Las Vegas, Nevada, and the Air Force is now investigating.
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