Chinese UAS Knockoffs Put Pressure On U.S. Export Sales

Credit: Airbus Defense and Space
Europe finally is getting its act together on development of a medium-altitude, long-endurance (MALE) unmanned aircraft system (UAS), hoping countries operating U.S., Israeli and, increasingly, Chinese systems will be ready for a next-generation offering—when it is available. When industry began...

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