Northrop Grumman is signing industrial agreements with South Korean industry to support the company’s efforts to sell the high-altitude, long-endurance RQ-4 Global Hawk unmanned aircraft to the country. The four industrial agreements are due to be signed next week during the Seoul air show. The deals will allow the South Korean partners to bid for workshare on Global Hawk. Partners include the Dreaming and Challenging Co., Firstec, Korea Jig and Fixture, and Korean Air Lines. South ...
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