NATO Alliance Ground System Shrinks To Six Global Hawks

LONDON — NATO’s protracted effort to field a ground-surveillance system has suffered another setback, with the program now reduced to fielding six unmanned aircraft rather than the planned eight. Northrop Grumman was hoping to sell eight Global Hawk Block 40s to NATO as part of the Alliance Ground...

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