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The question of certification looms large in any evaluation of future MALE UAVs for European nations.
The proposal is a Sigint conversion of a Bombardier Global 5000.
Switzerland chose the Gripen after a thorough and protracted evaluation, and a framework agreement worth about $3.5 billion was signed in February 2013.
Iraq is the first announced customer for the AT-6.
Camera-on-chip technology makes possible superior image quality in miniature cameras, says the company.
Air Force using the twin turboprops to locate the more than 200 school girls kidnapped by Boko Haram.
Due-regard rader will make the Triton capable of detecting aircraft not equipped with a transponder or not using it to avoid detection.
The SOFEX show marks the first showing of the armed scout helicopter outside the U.S.
The mostly composite helicopter–dubbed the “King Stallion”–will fly by year-end, with operational service expected in 2019.