Northrop to unveil UAV for NATO
New system will add maritime radar.
Northrop to unveil unmanned system for NATO
After three years of design and engineering work at its unmanned aerial systems hub in Rancho Bernardo, Northrop Grumman will unveil its Alliance Ground Surveillance system developed for NATO on Thursday at its Palmdale facility.
The NATO surveillance system is essentially a Block 40 Global Hawk with added maritime radar capabilities and a few other minor changes. It is meant to serve the 28 NATO nations in defense and border surveillance, humanitarian aid, disaster relief surveying, and search and rescue operations.
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