U.K. Slowly Ramps Up Maritime Patrol Planning

Credit: Royal air force
For a self-professed naval power, the U.K. has seen surprisingly large gaps develop in its maritime surveillance capability in recent years, a trend the Defense Ministry is setting out to reverse. Both unmanned and manned aircraft options are being considered to address the shortfall, but even if...

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