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Northrop looks to post FCS Fire Scout future

13th May 2009 - 12:40 GMT | by Darren Lake in Singapore

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Northrop Grumman has revealed to Unmanned Vehicles plans to manufacture a second 'white tail' company-owned Fire Scout UAV to support company marketing activities both in the US and abroad. The likely demise of the Future Combat System (FCS) programme has prompted the move with the company wanting to shore up US Army interest in Fire Scout, which was selected as the Class IV UAV for FCS.

Mike Fuqua, Northrop's business development manager for Fire Scout told UV at IMDEX Asia in Singapore that the second company-owned aircraft would be used to keep US Army interest in the UAV. 'FCS is

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