PUBLISHED: 14:31 GMT, 02 April 2014 | UPDATED: 22:28 GMT, 02 April 2014

Subject to the successful completion of the US Navy development program currently under way. These aircraft will patrol Australia's vast ocean approaches, and work closely with other existing and future Australian Defence Force assets to secure our ocean resources, including energy resources off northern Australia, and help to protect our borders. They will provide the Australian Defence Force with unprecedented maritime surveillance capabilities, operating at altitudes up to 55,000 feet over extremely long ranges while remaining airborne for up to 33 hours. The Triton UAVs will be based in Adelaide, bringing significant economic benefits to South Australia.

The Australian Government has committed to the acquisition of the highly-capable Triton Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV)

 

 

Triton Unmanned Aerial Vehicles to boost maritime surveillance capabilities

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