RNAS YEOVILTON, U.K. – Lockheed Martin and Thales U.K. are preparing for flight tests of their products to meet the U.K.’s Crowsnest helicopter-borne airborne early warning capability. The U.K. defense ministry is looking for a roll-on, roll-off airborne early warning capability, which can be fitted to its Merlin Mk. 2 helicopters that will be embarked on and provide protection for the new Queen Elizabeth-class aircraft carriers when the ships enter operational service at the end ...

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