Sweden Eyes SkyLark Replacement

LONDON — The Swedish military is looking to buy two small unmanned aircraft to replace the SkyLark system that has been in service since 2007. The goal is to acquire an off-the-shelf system. The new requirement is for two systems, ideally with a common ground station, Swedish defense armaments...

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