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Nigerian Air Force Drone Hits Boko Haram Terrorists Target In Sambisa Forest

Nigeria Air Force Drone Hits Boko Haram Terrorists Target in Sambisa Forest.
On 15th January, 2018 a precision strike was carried out by NAF's CH-3 Drone. The remotely piloted device destroyed an emerging BHT vehicle workshop.

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NIGERIAN AIR FORCE REMOTELY PILOTED AIRCRAFT DESTROYS EMERGING BOKO HARAM TERRORISTS VEHICLE WORKSHOP


A Nigerian Air Force (NAF) Remotely Piloted Aircraft (RPA), on 15 January 2018, successfully destroyed an emerging Boko Haram Terrorists (BHT) vehicle workshop in the Sambisa general area. A NAF Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) platform had previously discovered that BHT vehicles were parked in the location. Consequently, a NAF RPA was detailed to conduct armed reconnaissance in search of BHT vehicles and terrorists around the location, which was apparently being used as a vehicle workshop. The RPA discovered that BHT motorcycles and vehicles, including a BHT Commander’s vehicle were parked in the targeted area. Additionally, several terrorists were seen moving intermittently within the targeted area. The subsequent air strike by the NAF RPA resulted in the immediate destruction of the vehicles in the targeted location, killing all the BHTs inside it, as no survivors were seen scampering from the location after impact.

OLATOKUNBO ADESANYA
Air Vice Marshal 
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