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Czech Republic buying Israeli Heron drones

The Czech Republic defense ministry revealed it would soon begin negotiations with the Israeli government for the acquisition of three HERON 1...
MQ-9 Reaper UAS

US strike kills ISIS leader in Syria

The US armed forces have killed one of the ISIS leaders in an unmanned aerial system (UAS) strike outside Jindayris, northwest Syria,...

Israel’s SpearUAV unveils submarine-launched Ninox 103 UAS

Israel-based unmanned aerial systems (UAS) developer SpearUAV has officially unveiled its encapsulated, submarine-launched Ninox 103 UW UAS.
Exosonic adversary air drone for US Air Force

Exosonic taps AI specialist EpiSci for adversary air drone work

EpiSci is poised to deliver tactical AI technology for an unmanned adversary air drone Exosonic is developing for US Air Force.
Quantix recon drone for Ukraine

Aerovironment donating more than 100 Quantix recon drones to Ukraine

Quantix is the latest in a series of UAS AeroVironment will be delivering to Ukraine.
Stalker VXE UAS

Skunk Works’ Stalker VXE UAS tackles world record with 39-hour flight

Skunk Works' Stalker VXE unmanned aerial system (UAS) completed a world record endurance flight on February 18, at the Santa Margarita Ranch...
German Heron in Israel

Germany green lights use of armed drones after years of debate

The German military will be receiving its first armed drones, with 150 million EUR set aside for the armament of Heron MALE UAS.

Airbus begins sea trials for French Navy’s new VSR700 unmanned helicopter

Airbus Helicopters has begun at sea trials for the VSR700 unmanned aerial system (UAS) it is developing for the French Navy.
Evolution UAS

GA-ASI adds bomber-like ‘Evolution’ to its family of UAS

General Atomics Aeronautical Systems (GA-ASI) has revealed yet another unmanned aerial system (UAS) platform, enhancing its already broad portfolio.
Gambit UAS

GA-ASI unveils new ‘Gambit’ UAS

General Atomics Aeronautical Systems has unveiled the newest member of its family of unmanned aerial systems dubbed the Gambit.

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