During what is being called a “routine training flight” from the Naval Air station on Maryland’s Patuxent River, a drone crashed into a tributary of the Nanticoke River. There have been no reported injuries, but the crash site has been blocked off, and no civilian boat traffic will be permitted in the area while the Navy investigates the crash, which happened at about noon today, said a Jamie Cosgrove, a spokesperson for the Unmanned Aviation and Strike Weapons Programs at the Naval Air Station Patuxent River. WBOC in Delmarva, Maryland has the video from the scene in Nanticoke, where the 44-foot RQ-4A Global Hawk drone went down. The future is now and it’s kind of scary.