Marine Corps RQ-21 flies for first time in Australia

U.S. Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Dominick Rollan and Cpl. Jose Reyes, both with Air Combat Element, Marine Rotational Force – Darwin, place the RQ-21A Blackjack on the launcher in preparation for its first flight in Australia at Bradshaw Field Training Area, Northern Territory, Aug. 8, 2020. The RQ-21 provides the Marine Corps a rapidly deployable surveillance asset able to operate in austere forward environments. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Harrison Rakhshani)
U.S. Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Dominick Rollan and Cpl. Jose Reyes, both with Air Combat Element, Marine Rotational Force – Darwin, place the RQ-21A Blackjack on the launcher in preparation for its first flight in Australia at Bradshaw Field Training Area, Northern Territory, Aug. 8, 2020. The RQ-21 provides the Marine Corps a rapidly deployable surveillance asset able to operate in austere forward environments. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Harrison Rakhshani)

U.S. Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Dominick Rollan and Cpl. Jose Reyes, both with Air Combat Element, Marine Rotational Force – Darwin, place the RQ-21A Blackjack on the launcher in preparation for its first flight in Australia at Bradshaw Field Training Area, Northern Territory, Aug. 8, 2020. The RQ-21 provides the Marine Corps a rapidly deployable surveillance asset able to operate in austere forward environments. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Harrison Rakhshani)

U.S. Marines with Air Combat Element, Marine Rotational Force – Darwin, retrieve the RQ-21A Blackjack following its first flight in Australia at Bradshaw Field Training Area, Northern Territory, Aug. 8, 2020. The RQ-21 provides the Marine Corps a rapidly deployable surveillance asset able to operate in austere forward environments.  (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Harrison Rakhshani)
U.S. Marines with Air Combat Element, Marine Rotational Force – Darwin, retrieve the RQ-21A Blackjack following its first flight in Australia at Bradshaw Field Training Area, Northern Territory, Aug. 8, 2020. The RQ-21 provides the Marine Corps a rapidly deployable surveillance asset able to operate in austere forward environments. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Harrison Rakhshani)

U.S. Marines with Air Combat Element, Marine Rotational Force – Darwin, operate the RQ-21 Blackjack during flight at Nackeroo Airfield, Bradshaw Field Training Area, Northern Territory, Australia, Aug. 8, 2020. The RQ-21 provides the Marine Corps a rapidly deployable surveillance asset able to operate in austere forward environments. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Harrison Rakhshani)

U.S. Marines with Air Combat Element, Marine Rotational Force – Darwin, launch the RQ-21A Blackjack at Bradshaw Field Training Area, Northern Territory, Australia, Aug. 8, 2020. The RQ-21 provides the Marine Corps a rapidly deployable surveillance asset able to operate in austere forward environments. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Harrison Rakhshani)

U.S. Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Dominick Rollan and Cpl. Jose Reyes, both with Air Combat Element, Marine Rotational Force – Darwin, place the RQ-21A Blackjack on the launcher in preparation for its first flight in Australia at Bradshaw Field Training Area, Northern Territory, Aug. 8, 2020. The RQ-21 provides the Marine Corps a rapidly deployable surveillance asset able to operate in austere forward environments. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Harrison Rakhshani)

U.S. Marines with Air Combat Element, Marine Rotational Force – Darwin, prepare the RQ-21A Blackjack for its forst flight in Australia at Bradshaw Field Training Area, Northern Territory, Aug. 8, 2020. The RQ-21 provides the Marine Corps a rapidly deployable surveillance asset able to operate in austere forward environments. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Harrison Rakhshani)

U.S. Marines with Air Combat Element, Marine Rotational Force – Darwin, prepare the RQ-21A Blackjack for its first flight in Australia at Bradshaw Field Training Area, Northern Territory, Aug. 8, 2020. The RQ-21 provides the Marine Corps a rapidly deployable surveillance asset able to operate in austere forward environments. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Harrison Rakhshani)

U.S. Marines with Air Combat Element, Marine Rotational Force – Darwin, move the RQ-21A Blackjack to the maintenance tent at Bradshaw Field Training Area, Northern Territory, Australia, Aug. 7, 2020. The RQ-21 provides the Marine Corps a rapidly deployable surveillance asset able to operate in austere forward environments. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Harrison Rakhshani)

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.


*