France’s armed forces ministry launched a program on Feb. 28 to renew the country’s fleet of electronic intelligence aircraft with three special-mission Falcon jets. Dassault has been awarded a contract for the integration of the Thales-developed Universal Electronic Warfare Capability on three Falcons to be built for the French air force. Known as the Epicure program, the mission system will include “a new sensor for the French forces, able to intercept simultaneously ...


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