Lockheed Martin is improving and expanding its range of small unmanned aircraft systems as the Pentagon takes a breather from new UAS procurement to work out what to do with the many different systems acquired to meet urgent requirements over more than 10 years of war. The current lineup includes the Skunk Works-developed 8-lb. Desert Hawk and 17-27 lb. Stalker, to which have been added the 5-lb. Indago quadrotor micro-UAS and larger, 300-lb.-class Fury flying wing – both through ...
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