Europe is finally committing to the development of a surveillance drone to rival those of its competitors in China, Israel and the U.S. With the backing of the French, German, Italian and Spanish governments, the EuroMALE unmanned air system (UAS)—being developed by Airbus, Dassault and Leonardo—is the first major new cooperative aerospace project in Europe since the A400M and, officials say, it is a key stepping-stone for other multinational programs, including the new European ...

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