The U.K. has rolled out its Taranis unmanned combat air vehicle technology test-bed, a major development foray into stealthy unmanned aircraft for the country. The Taranis was shown for the first time on July 12 to an audience of government officials led by Gerald Howart, the defense minister for international security strategy. Senior military officials also attended the event at the BAE Systems Warton site in the northwest of England. The contract for the low-observable (LO) ...

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