Spain Approves Eurodrone Spending, Contract Signature To Follow
European plans for the development of a multinational medium-altitude, long-endurance (MALE) uncrewed air system (UAS) have moved a step closer to reality after the Spanish government approved spending worth €3.16 billion ($3.57 billion) on the program. The long-awaited Spanish budgetary approval by...
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