Northrop May Face Another Global Hawk Battle

NAS PATUXENT RIVER, Maryland — The U.S. Navy’s MQ-4C Triton unmanned aircraft program could be cut – not due to draconian budget changes but because of the aircraft’s own higher-than-expected reliability. Capt. Jim Hoke, who manages the high-flying maritime surveillance aircraft project here, says...

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