Predator UAV makes first landing at civilian airport

07/22/2009 | WBAY-TV (Green Bay, Wis.)

For the first time, a Predator unmanned aircraft landed at a civilian airport on Tuesday, according to this article. The MQ-9 Predator B, normally used to monitor the U.S. border, landed in Oshkosh, Wis., to take part in the AirVenture air show. "We wanted to bring our aircraft here as an educational tour to let general aviation pilots know what this aircraft is all about," a Customs and Border Protection official explained.

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