That rearming after last year's NATO-led air war in Libya would bring some short-term financial benefits to weapons makers has been clear. Now, they are looking to build on those successes to generate additional business. France, for instance, is looking for a low-collateral-damage weapon. MBDA CEO Antoine Bouvier sees a chance of selling the Dual Mode Brimstone (DMB)—used heavily by the U.K. on its Tornado GR4s—to the French air force. The service is currently studying ...


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