SINGAPORE — The search for the lost Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 has reinforced the need for long-range maritime surveillance aircraft, defense officials in Australia and New Zealand say. "We could have really used some Northrop Grumman MQ-4C Tritons," says Australia’s defense minister, David Johnston, referring to the developmental U.S. Navy UAV that Australia plans to order. The range and endurance of the Triton would have been useful for covering the 1.5 million-km ...

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