Plans for European militaries to cooperate more closely on programs appear to be gaining traction and could get a big push forward in the coming months in the areas of airlift, helicopters and space. The latest initiatives aim to put military requirements in the center of the European projects, which historically have been driven by industrial demands. Along the way, participants are looking to cure some of the ills that have plagued European defense procurements. With perhaps ...

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