The Indian government may have to reassess its strategy to field a fleet of unmanned combat aircraft after initial outreach to potential industrial partners elicited little response. Most companies that received the request for information (RFI) in June, when India launched its surprise effort to procure a fleet of stealthy unmanned combat air vehicles (UCAV), have shunned the approach, saying they were unable to respond. Company officials note they were unable to offer any meaningful ...

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