Northrop Grumman’s goal of greater European Global Hawk sales may have taken another step toward reality with the recent unveiling of the first of five Block 40-standard RQ-4B unmanned air vehicles for NATO’s Alliance Ground Surveillance (AGS) program, but now the hard task of flight testing and integrating really begins.  To be based at Sigonella Air Base in Sicily, Italy, the aircraft will provide intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance to 15 participating nations, ...

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