US: The Satellite Sentinel Project (SSP) has released a new analysis of satellite imagery. The analysis claims that the Sudenese government has acquired at least three precision bomber aircrafts.
The SSP, a partnership between the Enough Project and DigitalGlobe, monitors the border between Sudan and South Sudan. The SSP has analysed DigitalGlobe satellite imagery from March, June and August 2013. It claims that the images confirm aircraft movement within the operational area of Wadi Seidna, a Sudanese military airbase. The SSP also says that the Sudanese authorities are probably carrying out technical checks and pilot proficiency training programmes in the area.