Britain Investing £100 Million Into Protector UAVs

LONDON—The UK is to spend £100 million ($127 million) with General Atomics to further develop the company’s Certifiable Predator B unmanned air system. The aircraft will form the basis of Britain’s Protector requirement for a medium-altitude, long-endurance remotely piloted air vehicle. It will go...

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