The RQ-170 Sentinel went from “Beast of Kandahar” enigma to Bin Laden-catching fame to crashing into Iranian hands, all in about half a decade. Since then, there have been few photos and little official talk as to its existence. Yet these pictures may prove that the RQ-170, or an enhanced version of it, is capable of…
While authorities debate the authenticity of Iran's high school gym UAV display, The Daily Show has tackled the whole imbroglio on its own. Who ever thought talking about an RQ-170 Sentinel could be funny? Game of Drones! Yes!
NATO has implicitly denied that the Iranians shot down their spyplane. It claims, however, that the pilots "lost control" of the plane late last week and it's missing.
The existence of a new secret plane photographed this week has been confirmed by the United States Air Force. The secret aircraft now has an official denomination: The RQ-170 Sentinel, a flying wing developed by Lockheed Martin's Skunk Works.