Canadian Air Force Will Fly UAVS As Part Of JUSTAS Program
General Dynamics Announced Thursday its Canadian Aerospace unit
will team up with General Atomics Aeronautical Systems to offer
that company's Predator B unmanned surveillance aircraft to
Canada's military forces.
The joint agreement comes as the Canadian Air Force prepares to
ramp up its Joint Unmanned Surveillance Target Acquisition System
program, known as JUSTAS. Reuters reports the CAF will spend
hundreds of millions of dollars on unmanned aerial systems over the
next several years as part of this program.
Under the terms of the joint venture, General Dynamics will work
on data integration and communications with the Predator