Report: Poland Eyes General Atomics, Elbit Systems Drones for Armed Forces

droneGeneral Atomics and Elbit Systems are under consideration to provide long-endurance drones for Poland’s armed forces, Defense News reported Friday.

Jaroslaw Adamowski writes Poland’s military announced the country’s plan to buy long-endurance unmanned aerial vehicles either from the U.S. or Israel in 2015.

Poland is deciding between the General Atomics MQ-9 Reaper and MQ-1C Gray Eagle, as well as Elbit’s Hermes 900, according to the report.

The drones are scheduled for delivery to Poland in 2019 under the country’s Zefir program, Adamowski reports.

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