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Harfang MALE UAS Controlled Successfully from a French Air Force Base Almost 5

July 8, 2014

Harfang MALE UAS Controlled Successfully from a French Air Force Base Almost 5,000 Kilometers Away

PARIS, June 27, 2014—A Harfang unmanned aircraft system (UAS) belonging to the French Air Force (FAF) controlled by a crew from the French Military Flight Test Centre (Centre d'Expérience Aérienne Militaire), the UAS Squadron “Belfort” (ED 1/33) and the UAS detachment stationed in the Sahel-Sahara region has successfully undergone testing to prove that once it