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Northrop keeps faith in Euro Hawk
Germany’s Euro Hawk high altitude long endurance (HALE) UAS programme is still very much alive, senior officials at Northrop Grumman continue to insist.
Speaking to the media on 20 August in London, Andrew Tyler, Northrop Grumman Europe’s chief executive said the German government still had an ‘existing requirement’ and remained of the view that a HALE capability was right to deliver that particular mission capability.
‘We are still in discussions,’ he announced, before describing how Northrop Grumman remained ‘hopeful’ and that the company had not yet given up on a ‘key European prospect’.
In May 2013, it was announced …
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