Northrop Drone Cost Rises 25% on Order Cut, Air Force SaysTony Capaccio and Gopal Ratnam
The average cost for one of Northrop Grumman Corp.’s Global Hawk drone aircraft has risen more than 25 percent because the U.S. Air Force cut the order by about 14 percent in its 2012 budget request, Michael Donley, the service’s top official, said in a letter to lawmakers.
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