LONDON—General Atomics has been awarded a £100 million contract by the UK defense ministry for test and evaluation activities required to bring the UK’s new Protector medium-altitude, long-endurance air system to the front line. The deal was announced at the Defense Security Equipment International defense fair here by the Royal Air Force’s (RAF) Chief of the Air Staff, Air Chief Marshal Mike Wigston. It will support the certification work that will enable the ...

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