(right) Lt. Col  Jacob Roper,  Commander of the 2-13th Aviation Regiment presents coins to the crew of the Grey Eagle, Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS)  that surpassed 100,000 hours of flight time at a ceremony in Hangar 5 at Libby Army Airfield at Fort Huachuca, Ariz
(right) Lt. Col Jacob Roper, Commander of the 2-13th Aviation Regiment presents coins to the crew of the Grey Eagle, Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) that surpassed 100,000 hours of flight time at a ceremony in Hangar 5 at Libby Army Airfield at Fort Huachuca, Ariz (Photo Credit: Thom Williams) VIEW ORIGINAL

FORT HUACHUCA, Ariz. - The 2-13th Aviation Regiment, part of the U. S. Army Aviation Center of Excellence, the unit responsible for training the U.S. Army’s Unmanned Aircraft Systems Soldiers, recently surpassed 100,000 hours of flight time.

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