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How a military firefight could end in a drone strike



An Army firefight that started at the Pentagon was quickly brought under control by a drone that hit the drone.

The drone that caused the initial crash is now in a hospital.

It was an Army F-15, which has the ability to conduct precision airstrikes.

A military official told ABC News it was the only drone deployed by the US military to the site of the deadly drone crash.

In the crash, the Army drone crashed into a UAV, and the Pentagon has no way to remotely recover the F-16.

This video shows the aftermath of the drone crash, with Pentagon officials and reporters in the background.

“We’ve had to go back and forth with the F.A.A., which is our military’s civilian agency for unmanned aircraft systems, to get the [UAV] back,” an Army official told the Associated Press.

“That is an ongoing process and we’re hopeful that the F.-15 will be recovered soon.”

The Pentagon has released images of the UAV wreckage that crashed.

The wreckage was found in the middle of a Pentagon complex, the Pentagon’s National Security Council said.

The crash came just days after the US fired 59 Tomahawk missiles at the Syrian air base in retaliation for a chemical weapons attack on the Damascus suburb of Khan Sheikhoun.

The Pentagon said the strike, in response to reports of a chemical attack, killed one Syrian soldier and injured two others.

In this undated photo provided by the Pentagon, a soldier sits on a tank after a U.S. missile strike on Syria.

The military said the missile was launched at an airfield outside Damascus, Syria, where Syrian President Bashar Assad’s forces are fighting the Islamic State group.

The missile also struck a Syrian air defense system.

The attack came just one day after the U.N. Security Council adopted a resolution calling for an international investigation into the alleged chemical attack on Khan Sheikhun.

On Tuesday, the U-2 satellite, which was monitoring the Syrian conflict, confirmed it had recorded the second missile strike in less than 24 hours.

It had been on the ground for about 15 minutes before it was destroyed.

The U-6 aircraft also recorded a strike on the Syrian military headquarters on Tuesday morning.

In an earlier video, an F-14 Tomcat fighter jet can be seen taking off from a US base in the desert near the Turkish border.

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