Malaysia Sets Up Naval Squadron For Drones

Credit: ScanEagle: Insitu
KUALA LUMPUR—Malaysia has set up a naval air squadron to operate drones given to the country by the U.S., the Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) chief says. The aircraft are Boeing Insitu ScanEagle 2s. Two systems to be delivered by the second quarter of next year will be operated by the navy, Adm...
Marhalim Abas

Marhalim Abas, based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, covers Southeast Asian defense. He has worked as a journalist specializing in Southeast Asia defense and security since 1994, initially with the New Straits Times newspaper.

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