Korean Air To Compete In Airborne Sigint Contest

Baekdu ISR aircraft, based on the Falcon 2000S platform.
Credit: KAL-ASD
Korean Air’s Aerospace Division (KAL-ASD) has said it will compete in a South Korean tender to deliver a fleet of signals intelligence (Sigint) platforms for the country’s air force. The second Baekdu program established by the country’s Defense Acquisition Program Administration and valued at KRW...

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