This Drone Simulator game lets you play as a militairy UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) operator. Do you have the skill to fly covert recon missions while taking out high profile targets? Your mobile device is your control center. Don't drop your concentration.... Good luck pilot! This RC fighter bird is a highly efficient piece of kit. You will fly the drone strike fighter by using an intuitive wifi based control system. Both combat missions and reconnaissance missions are available and it your prime objective to take out enemy jets and navy. Attack ground-based targets, while you dodge incoming anti-air fire. Engage in epic air-2-air combat dogfights and become a true top gun pilot by waging war on a wide range of enemy aircraft. Avoid invaders, fly shadow missions, take out the flak cannons and unleash oblivion on the enemy. About the (RQ-1) Predator RQ-1 strike Predator is a long-endurance, medium-altitude unmanned aircraft system for surveillance and reconnaissance missions. Surveillance imagery from synthetic aperture radar, video cameras and a forward-looking infrared (FLIR) can be distributed in real-time both to the front line soldier and to the operational commander, or worldwide in real-time via satellite communication links. MQ-1, armed with AGM-114 Hellfire missiles, is the multi-role version which is used for armed reconnaissance and interdiction. Predator B shadow Skywarrior In May 1998 General Atomics was awarded a block 1 upgrade contract to expand the capabilities of the Predator system. System upgrades include development of an improved relief-on-station (ROS) system which allows continuous coverage over areas of interest without any loss of time on station, secure air traffic control voice relay, Ku-band satellite tuning and implementation of an air force mission support system (AFMSS). The upgrade also covers a more powerful turbocharged engine and wing de-icing systems to enable year-round operations. The upgraded Predator, the Predator B, was first operational in the Balkans. System components A typical Predator system configuration would include four aircraft, one ground control system and one Trojan Spirit II data distribution terminal. The Predator air vehicle is 27ft in length and has a 49ft wingspan. The system operates at an altitude of 25,000ft and at a range of 400nm.