The Brazilian air force will use its newly purchased Hermes 900 unmanned air vehicles for security missions during the upcoming soccer World Cup.   Brazil has ordered an as-yet unknown number of the systems from Elbit in a deal announced at the end of March, but signed on March 14 through Elbit’s Brazilian subsidiary, AEL Sistemas SA.   The aircraft will be delivered in May and ready for operations during the World Cup competition, which begins in ...

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