Navy’s long-term needs include a new strike and vertical-landing reconnaissance system
The U.S. Navy’s ambitious pursuit of unmanned aerial systems (UAS) was, if anything, simply a glimmer in the eye of a few rogues in the service just a decade or so ago. Fast forward to the present, and the Navy has emerged with funded programs, a cohesive vision and a procurement corps aggressively engaging industry—three things that any U.S. project needs to garner support, and money, from Congress. Service leaders, right up to Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Gary Roughead and ...
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