The Colombian Navy Deploys its ScanEagle against the Clan del Golfo

In development of Operation Neptune, the Colombian Navy has deployed its Boeing Insitu ScanEagle UAVs in an action that enabled the capture of 43 terrorists from the Gulf Clan…

Prior to the development of Neptune, ScanEagle UAV were also used in order to carry out ISR-type missions. Thanks to these aircraft, they could not only locate, but also follow and monitor the members (mainly the leaders) of the terrorist structure, which commits crimes in this area located in the north of the country and whose center is the town of El Carmen de Bolivar.

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