A mechanic works on one of the Marine Corps' two K-MAX unmanned helicopter sat Camp Bastion in Afghanistan. The two drones are used for supply missions and are proving drones can be used for more than spying and missile strikes.
A mechanic works on one of the Marine Corps' two K-MAX unmanned helicopter sat Camp Bastion in Afghanistan. The two drones are used for supply missions and are proving drones can be used for more than spying and missile strikes. MCT
A mechanic works on one of the Marine Corps' two K-MAX unmanned helicopter sat Camp Bastion in Afghanistan. The two drones are used for supply missions and are proving drones can be used for more than spying and missile strikes. MCT

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