Northrop Grumman has submitted an unsolicited proposal to Canada for three modified RQ-4B Global Hawk unmanned aircraft to provide surveillance of its Arctic territories as ice fields retreat and the region opens up. The Polar Hawk proposal presented to the Ottawa government responds to a longstanding need in Canada for Arctic sovereignty and surveillance of the Northwest Passage, a sea route through the Arctic Ocean, says Dane Marolt, business development director. The proposal ...
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