Boeingâ€™s renewed focus on prototyping at its Phantom Works is aimed squarely at preparing the company for future unmanned aerial system (UAS) competitions. The ability to collect uninterrupted intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) has been an area of interest for the Pentagon, especially as it continues to conduct irregular warfare operations against insurgents in areas that donâ€™t require stealth. Systems such as the Predator and Global Hawk, already in development, are ...
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