TRIPOLI — The Libyan Air Force, to carry out inspection tasks, is using unmanned Libyan drone aircraft for the first time.
The head of the army’s air defenses, Brig. Gen. Juma Hussein El-Abani, said on Saturday, that drones were being used in the operations and inspections division of his branch. The aircraft will carry out aerial surveillance and gather information, which will be relayed to the division as part of its radar operations.
El-Abani was speaking at a ceremony to mark the second anniversary of the start of the revolutionaries striking back at former president Muammer Qaddafi’s air power with the support of the NATO air campaign. – Libya Herald