Unmanned aerial vehicle maker AAI Corp. has redesigned its Shadow 200 UAV and plans to enter it in an up-coming U.S. Army competition for a Tactical Unmanned Aerial Vehicle, according to Kirk A. Slenker, director of UAV programs for the Hunt Valley, Md., company. AAI, a unit of United Industrial Corp., demonstrated the Shadow 200 in 1992 for the Army and bid it, with Raytheon as the prime contractor, for the T-UAV competition two years ago. Alliant Techsystems won the competition ...

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