Unmanned aerial system goes down in Takhar

Classification: UNCLASSIFIED
Caveats: FOUO

For Immediate Release
Unmanned aerial system goes down in Takhar
KABUL, Afghanistan (Sept. 17) - An International Security Assistance Force unmanned aerial system went down in Takhar province today.
The system was remotely piloted from a ground station and contains no weapons or intelligence data that could be exploited by enemy forces.
The UAS lost altitude due to technical problems.
The system is approximately 2.25 meters long, weighs a little over 150 kilograms, has an approximate wingspan of 3.5 meters and is powered by a 24 kilowatt engine.