BAE, Dassault Begin Work On Two-Year Future Combat Air System Study

PARIS— Britain’s BAE Systems and Dassault Aviation of France have started work on a two-year, €150-million feasibility study that could lead to European development of a Future Combat Air System (FCAS) demonstrator in early 2017. The agreement marks the next step in a Franco-British defense...

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