Demand is growing in the Middle East for intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) platforms, especially unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), to handle operations in Iraq, Lebanon and Israel. Boeing this month received more than $25 million in contract modifications to provide more persistent ISR from UAVs in Iraq and "in support of the global war on terror," the Pentagon reported. One of those modifications includes about $18.5 million for the continuation of operations for ...
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