Global Hawk UAS Achieves 100,000 Flight Hours

The Global Hawk, flown by the U.S. Air Force, U.S. Navy and NASA to name a few, provides military radar detection, airborne communications and information sharing for military units. It first entered service in 1998 and has the ability to fly for more than 30 hours.

“Global Hawk has been used continuously by the Air Force since that time. The system has also supported disaster response efforts, science studies conducted by NASA and is the foundation of our new HALE Enterprise,” said George Guerra, vice president of Northrop’s Global Hawk division.

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