Hale and Male

June 2011
Armada International;Jun/Jul2011 Suppleme, Vol. 35, p12
The article focuses on the RQ-4 Global Hawk unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) from Northrop Grumman. It reports on the purchase of a single Block 20 RQ-4B Euro Hawk by the German Air Force, South Korea's plan acquire four Global Hawks, and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization's (NATO) intention to purchase RQ-4Bs under the Alliance Ground Surveillance (AGS) programme. It also discusses Europe's attempt to enter the market through the Cassidian Talarion initiative.


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