Italy Planning Armed UAV, With Or Without France And U.K.

TURIN, Italy — The CEO of Alenia Aermacchi says Italy is moving ahead aggressively with plans to develop a new, armed, medium-altitude/long-endurance (MALE) unmanned aircraft to replace Italy’s fleet of MQ-1s, which are slated to finish service at the end of the decade. This reinforces comments made...

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