Three of Europe’s largest military aircraft manufacturers are proposing a joint approach to producing a medium-altitude, long-endurance (MALE) pan-European unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV). Airbus Defense and Space, AleniaAermacchi and Dassault Aviation say they have delivered proposals to France, Germany and Italy on a project called MALE2020 that would be based on the requirements of the partner nations following a “definition phase.” The three companies want to see ...

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