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Drone Aviation Corp. said a Department of Defense customer has ordered its WATT multi-rotor tethered drone.
The turret is intended for use on small manned and unmanned platforms.
A frank statement provides unusually detailed public insight into offset talks for 50 H225Ms. Meanwhile, Poland ordered some rival S-70i Blackhawks.
The Marlin MK2 autonomous underwater vehicle launced the collapsible fixed-wing Vector Hawk during a U.S. Navy technology exercise.
The military technology could have applications for civil rotorcraft.
Major drone producers Israel, Russia, China and India are not among 45 signatories to the joint declaration on the export of weaponized UAVs.
IAF chief is bullish on Rafale, but cautious on FGFA project with Russia
Offset negotiations on the deal for 50 EC725s failed, although the company reported new export orders elsewhere.
Four nations are sharing the cost of a two-year exercise, that may eventually lead to an operational system in 2025
Advanced Turbine Engine Company and GE Aviation reported developments in separate U.S. Army engine development efforts.