France’s route to a future air combat capability will begin to be drawn up late this year or early in 2010, with the launch of a key study into how it plans to proceed in the development of an operational unmanned combat air vehicle. The work will pave the way for what happens beyond the present Neuron program, a multinational effort being led by Dassault, in determining the shape of the air force’s Future Combat Air System (FCAS). Sweden, Italy, Spain, Greece and Switzerland are all ...

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