LONDON—Belgium has selected the U.S.-produced General Atomics MQ-9B Sky Guardian to meet its medium-altitude, long-endurance (MALE) unmanned aircraft system (UAS) requirements. Selection of the platform was part of a wider announcement about major investments for the Belgian armed forces made on Oct. 25, which also included the decision to purchase the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter as the country’s next combat aircraft to replace the F-16. Selection of the MQ-9B would make Belgium ...

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