12 février 2024 | International, Terrestre

RTX to supply 600 Coyote drone interceptors to Army

The $75 million deal for the interceptors was made "in direct support to the U.S. counter-unmanned aircraft systems mission," according to the service.

https://www.defensenews.com/unmanned/uas/2024/02/12/rtx-to-supply-600-coyote-drone-interceptors-to-army/

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