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Not to be confused with the M3A7 Predator Tank

The Predator Drone is an airborne combat drone that have been in active service after the Cold War from the year of 1995, still in present service in the USA's task forces, several other versions have been spotted used by other factions and currently under plans for replacement, the drone is being used by the following groups:

  • United States Task Forces - Mostly used for strikes, these drones are the primary attack force for clearing several groups of enemy units making them lethal
  • Robot Empire - Secretly procured from unknown contractors or possibly stolen, blue coloured versions of the Predator Drones have been spotted in the 2040s

United States Task Forces

MQ-1B "Predator" Recon Attack UAV Drone
American Predator Drone
A trio of Predator Attack Drones launching several of its missiles at several target
Faction United States Task Forces
Cost N/A
Build at N/A
Requires Drone Strike Protocol
Detailed Information
American Predator Drone Icon Place of Origin United States Flag of USA Small
Manufacturer General Atomics Aeronautical Systems
Role Recon/Attack UAV

Heavy Anti-Ground
Heavy Anti-Structure

In Service Active

1995-Present

Features
- AGM-114 Hellfire Missiles

- AGM-175 Griffin Missiles
- Multi-Spectral Targeting System
- Synthetic Aperture Radar
- Night Vision/Infra-Red Sensors


"Friendly Predator missile strike incoming"
- United States Command -

The MQ-1B Predator Drone UAV is an reconnaissance and a forward attack drone which is used for a series of Drone Strikes targetting positions for dealing with enemy units, equipped with rockets along with technology relating to keeping eyes on hostile contacts along with spying on enemy factions for purposes to watch for any weaknesses that can be used against them.

Predator Drones can also be used for drone strikes, usually bombarding positions for clearing out enemy units along with dealing with important targets, but due to recent civilian deaths over the past few years, Drone Strikes are usually monitored by the head of all commanding forces, thus only to be called in by orders from the USA's commanders to ensure no civilians are nearby.

History

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Development

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Service

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Pre-Eurasian Conflict Service (1995-2011)

After its introduction in 1995, the MQ-1B Predator Drone was used for surveillance and spying on hostile forces for targetting along with co-ordinating airstrikes, sometimes usually keeping eyes on the important targets and keeping control of crime within the borders of the United States, the drone was also known to be taking part in a series of co-ordinated drone strikes targeting several terrorist positions in countries within the Middle East.

Libyan Civil Uprising (2011-2015)

See Libyan Civil Uprising

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Eurasian Conflicts (2016-2025, 2026-Present)

See First Eurasian Conflict
See Second Eurasian Conflict

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Kalini Crisis (2017-Present)

See Kalini Crisis

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South American Civil War (2028-Present)

See South American Civil War

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Known Drone Strikes

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Possible Replacement

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Stolen Variant

MQ-1B "Predator" Recon Attack UAV Drone
Boss Predator Drone
Several sets of dark blue coloured grounded Predator Drones being observed from the air
Faction Robot Empire
Cost N/A
Build at N/A
Requires Drone Strike Protocol
Detailed Information
Company Placeholder Place of Origin United States Flag of USA Small
Manufacturer General Atomics Aeronautical Systems
Role Recon/Attack UAV

Heavy Anti-Ground
Heavy Anti-Structure

In Service Active

2042-Present

Features
- AGM-114 Hellfire Missiles

- AGM-175 Griffin Missiles
- Multi-Spectral Targeting System
- Synthetic Aperture Radar
- Night Vision/Infra-Red Sensors


"We've spotted several numbers of blue coloured Predator Drones, they ain't ours"
- USA Operatives on stolen Predator Droness -

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National State Security Initiative

MQ-1B "Predator" UAV Spy Drone
American Predator Spy Drone
Two NSSI operated MQ-1B Predators being prepared for separate missions
Faction United States Task Forces

National State Security Initiative

Cost N/A
Build at N/A
Requires Mission Exclusives
Detailed Information
American Predator Drone Icon Place of Origin United States Flag of USA Small
Manufacturer General Atomics Aeronautical Systems
Role Recon UAV

Spy Drone

In Service Active

1995-Present

Features
- Long Range Cameras

- Face Recognition Systems
- Multi-Spectral Targeting System
- Synthetic Aperture Radar
- Night Vision/Infra-Red Sensors


"Our eyes in the sky, protecting our nation and her people"
- NSSI Agents -

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Behind the Scenes

  • Predator drones are based off their counterpart from real-life, but will be not just be restricted to recon, it will be available via a drone strike.
  • The model for the Predator is developed from the Scout/Spy Drone models found in the Generals game, but have been modified to suit purposes.
  • Since its capable of being an attack drone along with recon duty, there could be a possibly that it'll replace the A-10 Thunderbolts in strafing enemy units on the ground.

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