When DARPA and the U.S. Navy wanted to look into an unmanned, stealth-like ship to do antisubmarine and countermine missions, they turned to Leidos, a Beltway Bandit-type company better known for dominating the professional services side of Pentagon and intelligence acquisition. What happened next may be a telling example of a pending sea change in the aerospace and defense marketplace, especially for the usual suspects, primes of OEMs. Leidos calls itself the leader in government ...

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