NATO advances on alliance-owned Global Hawk, as roll-out approaches for German sigint version
Efforts to expand the international footprint for the RQ-4B Global Hawk unmanned aircraft are starting to take hold, as purchases of the intelligence and surveillance system by Germany and NATO continue to move forward. Northrop Grumman this week is due to formally roll out the Euro Hawk—a Block 20 Global Hawk-based system being developed in conjunction with EADS to become Germany’s future signals intelligence platform to replace its Atlantic manned sigint aircraft. In the first half ...
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