April 16 2012
The Dutch Ministry of Defense says it will loan Denmark a number of small unmanned aerial vehicles, reports Radio Netherlands.
The Danish army will receive two Raven UAV systems, each consisting of a ground station and three hand-launched mini-drones, Dutch officials said last week.
Denmark has had problems acquiring spare parts for its reconnaissance drones, which are all deployed in Afghanistan, leaving domestic Danish troops without training systems.
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