France scrambles to redefine EuroMALE, eyeing partnership with Germany and U.K.
French defense officials say they are rethinking their strategy for a medium-altitude, long-endurance (MALE) unmanned aerial vehicle in a final bid to move the long-stalled European initiative off the drawing board or find a replacement solution. The French-led initiative, known as EuroMALE, was raked over the coals earlier this year by a French parliamentary report that found it insufficiently tuned to the requirements of neighboring countries, too vehicle-oriented and poorly integrated ...
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