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The governmentxoof US President Joe Biden plans to sell four MQ-1C Gray Eagle drones to Ukraine as it has the potential to launch Hellfire rockets. that can be used to attack the Russians in the battlefield Reuters reported citing three sources close to the situation on Wednesday (June 1).

However, the source said sales of the drones made by General Atomics could still be thwarted by Congress. He said there was also a risk of a last-minute reversal of the policy. This could cause the plan to falter. While it is under the scrutiny of the US Department of Defense It's been several weeks

Ukraine has used several smaller and shorter-range UAV systems in the past. in dealing with Russian forces that invaded their country in late February. including drones AeroVironment AVAV.O RQ-20 Puma AE and Turkish Bayraktar-TB2 drone

But the MQ-1C Gray Eagle represents a technological leap forward. Because it can fly for up to 30 hours or longer. Depending on the mission and able to collect massive amounts of data for intelligence purposes, the Gray Eagle can also be equipped with up to 8 powerful Hellfire rockets.

US officials One revealed that President Joe Biden's government intends to inform Congress. In the possibility of selling the MQ-1C Gray Eagle drone to Ukraine in the coming days And it is expected that another public statement will be made thereafter.

When reporters inquire A White House spokesperson threw an inquiry to the Pentagon. But a Pentagon spokesman said there were "no statements" at this time.

In the recently approved $40 billion in security aid budget to Ukraine, part of it is set aside for the possibility of selling drones and the training needed to operate them. Reuters cited statements by US officials. and news sources close to the matter
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