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Opinion: The drone-war blowback

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An analysis of recent developments in the use of armed-drones raises two issues: the United States' expansion of drone-specific bases, from where...

Denel Seeker 400 set to fly

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Denel Dynamics' latest unmanned air vehicle (UAV), the Seeker 400, is due to make its maiden flight in the first quarter of...

Boeing Phantom Ray unmanned air vehicle completes first flight

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Boeing's Phantom Ray unmanned airborne demonstrator aircraft, developed as a private venture with company funds has performed its first flight at NASA's...

Thales concludes European civil UAS study

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Thales has completed a year-long study in collaboration with over 20 other companies in nine countries to find a pan-European position on...

Army networks MRAPs, M-ATVs

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The US Army has outfitted a handful of Mine Resistant Ambush Protected, more commonly referred to as MRAP, vehicles with Network Integration...

Eitan UAV joins Israeli Air Force

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Israel Aerospace Industries' (IAI) Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) Heron TP, also known as the Eitan is now operational with the Israel Air...

Press release: EADS Defence & Security delivers second batch of DRAC...

EADS Defence & Security delivers second batch of DRAC UAVs to French Ministry of Defence New success on the...

ICAO in SA to talk civil UAV

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The International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) is in South Africa from today to finalise global regulations for the use of unmanned aerial...

BAE Systems, NOAA fly Coyote

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BAE Systems, in partnership with the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), has completed the first successful test flight of its...

Unmanned aircraft programmes taking off

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US Army deputy chief of staff for operations Lt Gen James D. Thurman says the use of unmanned aircraft systems has exploded...

USAF owns up to new stealth UAV

The United States Air Force (USAF) has owned up to having a new stealthy unmanned aircraft system (UAS) in use in...