Five months after being selected as one of two finalists for DARPA’s Gremlin reusable unmanned air system competition, General Atomics Aeronautical Systems (GA-ASI) has revealed initial details of two concepts under study to launch and recover small vehicles in midair. Along with Dynetics, of Huntsville, Alabama, GA-ASI was awarded a Phase 2 contract in March from DARPA to refine air vehicle and recovery-system concepts to the preliminary design review stage. The new contract, which ...

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