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The first Global Hawk aircraft, named Air Vehicle 1, or AV-1,  taxies itself at Edwards Air Force Base Feb. 28, 1998. (Courtesy photo by Northrop Grumman)
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The first Global Hawk aircraft, named Air Vehicle 1, or AV-1,  taxies itself at Edwards Air Force Base Feb. 28, 1998. (Courtesy photo by Northrop Grumman)
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An RQ-4 Global Hawk assigned to Beale Air Force Base crashed near Lone Pine, Calif., Wednesday. (Courtesy photo)
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(U.S. Air Force photo by Rebecca Amber)
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After presenting the robotics teams with a U.S. flag, Maj. David Pangilinan, 452nd Flight Test Squadron spent time with the varsity team, Scorpion Robotics, while they practiced their interview techniques for an upcoming competition. (U.S. Air Force photo by Rebecca Amber)
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Desert Jr.-Sr. High School robotics teams were recognized for their achievements Feb. 12. Both the J.V. and varsity teams were presented with U.S. Flags that were flown on an RQ-4B Global Hawk. An additional flag, flown in a combat mission by a C-17 Globemaster III over Afghanistan, was also presented to the teams. (U.S. Air Force photo by Rebecca Amber)
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(U.S. Air Force photo by Jennifer Romo)
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A RQ-4B Global Hawk completes a wet runway test March 12.  452nd Flight Test Squadron will wrap up its Block 20 wet runway testing around the beginning of April. (Courtesy photo)
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Global Hawk completed 2,000 missions and 30,000 hours April 2009.The Global Hawk is able to perform missions that last up to 36 hours without refueling, unlike anything possible by any manned aircraft. (Air Force photo/Bobbi Zapka)
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The Blue Eagles Honor Guard opens the debut ceremony of the Global Hawk at the NASA Dryden Flight Research Center Jan. 15. The aircraft is the first of two early developmental models of the autonomously operated Global Hawk aircraft that were turned over to NASA Dryden by the Air Force in late 2007. They are being brought back to airworthy status by Dryden and Northrop Grumman for use on environmental science and unmanned aircraft system technology development missions. (courtesy photo)
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Maintainers with the Global Hawk Combined Test Force perform maintenance on a Global Hawk Oct. 24 at hangar 1414. As part of the Combined Test Force, the 31st Test and Evaluation Squadron test drives the Global Hawk system for the Air Force. (Air Force photo by Senior Airman Julius Delos Reyes)
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A maintainer with the Global Hawk Combined Test Force performs maintenance on a Global Hawk Oct. 24 at hangar 1414. The Global Hawk Combined Test Force is consist of 31st Test and Evaluation Squadron, 452nd Flight Test Squadron, Air Force Operational Test and Evaluation Center and other test agencies. (Air Force photo by Senior Airman Julius Delos Reyes)
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Senior Airman Cody Melton, 31st Test and Evaluation Squadron avionics troop, performs maintenance on a Global Hawk Oct. 24 at hangar 1414. The 31st TES evaluates the operational effectiveness and suitability of advanced Air Combat Command weapon systems, one of which is the Global Hawk. (Air Force photo by Senior Airman Julius Delos Reyes)
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A full RQ-4 Global Hawk Block 20 aircraft hangs inside the Benefield Anechoic Facility here June 30 during electromagnetic profile testing. (Air Force photo by Jet Fabara)
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A full RQ-4 Global Hawk Block 20 aircraft hangs inside the Benefield Anechoic Facility here June 30 during electromagnetic profile testing. The Global Vigilance Combined Test Force concluded the testing July 3. (Air Force photo by Jet Fabara)
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A full RQ-4 Global Hawk Block 20 aircraft hangs inside the Benefield Anechoic Facility here June 30 during electromagnetic profile testing. This is the first time a full Global Hawk aircraft was tested inside the anechoic facility. (Air Force photo by Jet Fabara)
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