LONDON—The quad-national EuroMALE unmanned aircraft system (UAS) program looks set to secure the lion’s share of €500 million ($567 million) in funding from the European Union. The EuroMALE platform is being developed jointly by Airbus, Dassault and Leonardo for France, Germany, Italy and Spain. It...
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