THE PENTAGON — As electronic warfare, information assurance and related programs grow in importance for the U.S. Navy’s future plans, Boeing officials involved in those programs see the service targeting more autonomous unmanned aircraft or other systems, coupled with enhanced ability to perform remote operations. “We learned a lot in the 10-15 years in Afghanistan and Iraq,” says Jeff Brown, Boeing’s director of business development for Electronic & ...


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