A Pakistan Air Force spokesman said one of the countryâ€™s pilot-less aircrafts has crashed while trying to land at a base near Chak 96 area of Sargodha. Air Commodore Tariq Mahmood said a drone crashed Sunday during a routine flight in Punjab. Mahmood says the aircraft endured minor damage in the crash and that no one was injured on the ground. Military personnel reached the crash site as a probe into the incident went underway. Pakistanâ€™s military uses locally made drones for surveillance as it fights the Taliban and militant insurgency. The US also conducts drone strikes on suspected militants in the country, a source of tension between Washington and Islamabad. The US strikes had seen a six-month lull until a recent Pakistani military offensive in its North Waziristan tribal region against militants following an attack on Karachiâ€™s international airport and failure of peace-talks between government and Taliban nominated negotiators. Pakistani drone crashes near Sargodha | idrw.org @Neo any idea which UAV Crashed???