LONDON — France and the U.K. have agreed to spend £120 million ($197 million) on a feasibility study toward a joint unmanned combat aircraft (UCAV). The agreement, announced jointly by French President Francois Hollande and U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron during a one-day summit Jan. 31 at RAF Brize Norton, U.K., is part of a wider scheme to strengthen defense ties following the Lancaster House treaty signed in 2010. The statement of intent launches a two year-study that will see ...
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