The European Defense Agency (EDA) is urging member states to begin developing requirements for automated aerial refueling (AAR). As European air forces work to overcome shortfalls in aerial refueling capabilities, the EDA’s chief executive, Jorge Domecq, called on EDA members nations to begin setting “harmonized requirements for future automated aerial refueling systems now.” He spoke at an EDA aerial refueling conference in Brussels on Oct. 17. Domecq said such an ...

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