The American RQ-4B Global Hawk sent a distress signal over the Black Sea and disappeared from radar

In accordance with data provided by the monitoring resource FlightRadar24, the American reconnaissance unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) RQ-4B Global Hawk, which was regularly on duty near the borders of Crimea, transmitted an alarm about the loss of communication.

After activating this signal, the UAV began to leave the Black Sea, moving towards its base located in Italy.

At the moment, there have been no official statements regarding the reasons for this event. Possible versions of what happened include a technical malfunction of the device or potential impact from electronic countermeasures, but for now these versions remain only speculation.

No official statements have been made in this regard yet.


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