France and the U.K. are set to begin work next month on a two-year feasibility study of a future combat air system (FCAS) that could pave the way for joint development of a stealthy unmanned combat air vehicle led by Britain’s BAE Systems and Dassault Aviation of France. The two nations announced plans to work together on an FCAS Demonstration Program in January and signed a memorandum of understanding outlining the terms of the €150 million ($200 million) study at the Farnborough ...

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