PARIS and LONDON — European plans for medium-range long-endurance UAV cooperation could be recast should the key recommendations of a French parliamentary report be pursued. The conclusions of the report, issued in December, put a damper on the aspirations of EADS, which has been trying for more than a year to sell France, Germany and Spain an all-new MALE development proposal built around its nascent Talarion Advanced UAV program. The French lawmakers said Talarion would present too ...
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