Europe’s Complex UAV Studies Delivering Tangible Results

Credit: BAE Systems
Europe’s reliance on fleets of U.S. and Israeli-produced unmanned aerial systems (UAS) has been a source of irritation for European aerospace over the last decade. Despite billions of euros being spent across the continent to generate the technology to meet expected military needs, governments have...

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