For the first time we’re tracking a double mission made by a couple of US drones off Crimea.
In these minutes an USAF Northrop Grumman RQ-4B (reg. 11-2049 – callsign FORTE10) departed NAS Sigonella is making an usual ISR mission over the Black Sea off Crimea. Meanwhile another USAF Northrop Grumman RQ-4B (callsign FORTE12) from the Gulf is arrived in the area to make a similar mission.
Forte 12 flew again above Crimea Today 13 July 2021. I followed it on flightradar24
Again Today, Over Ukraine, then Black Sea, Bulgaria, Greece, Israel, and then landed in Iraq, but didn’t manage to see the location. If anyone tracked the flight, please post where the flight ended. Thank you.
Tracked FORTE 12 today (26/01/22).
On completion of its mission i tracked it (Flightradar24) to Iraq before the track disappeared at 55,400 feet.
Obviously the transponder had been turned off considering the altitude.
Kinda makes sense.
For sound political and military reasons it is prudent to disguise the eventual landing location.
FORTE 12 today 30 of January overflew a few times the coast of Crimea and over Ukraine
Forte 12 took off in Jordan and is making passes near the Ukraine and Belarus borders. It’s currently cruising at 55,000 feet at 264 knots.
It’s flying now!
there are two forte 11 flying over the black sea
24.02.2022 FORTE12 spotted at this location. hovering for a couple of hours now
the viper 31 flies over Moldavia and the LAGR250
American weapons, intelligence, commands and coordinates. This is not a proxy war, it’s a puppet war, as good as direct involvement. US is sinking Russian ships with American made missiles. Ukrainians are merely pressing the “launch” button.
Forte 10 is currently in the Black Sea as of today Thursday, November 16, 2022, at 17:06 UTC. According to this
EQ-4B’s coordinates just south of Sevastopol Naval Base, it could be surveying Russian Activity, possibly a marine craft. But this would be unlikely, as surveillance of the Black Sea since late February this year. That is all I could think of. Follow this Flightradar24.