According to the USAF Reserve Command website the March ARB Aero Club will be using a T-41C as a chase plane for UAV aircraft flying in the So. Cal. area. According to the article the FAA requires a chase plane for UAVs flying over the U.S. Why was this mission not given to or at least shared by CAP?
It was talked about about 2 years ago....but some USAf (non CAP USAF types) did not like us.
Quote from: lordmonar on September 18, 2010, 09:20:51 AMIt was talked about about 2 years ago....but some USAf (non CAP USAF types) did not like us.But they did like us enough to give CAP the Surrogate Predator Program?
Chalk 2 Aviation out of Apple Valley, CA has been doing the UAV chase flying for General Atomics' UAV airstrip in El Mirage, using C-210s, for a number of years.