Aurora Flight Sciences' deal with the U.S. Army to develop ultra-long endurance unmanned air systems (UAS) could reach $27.7 million, the company said July 5. A recent Army Space and Missile Defense Command contract modification for continued development of the company's Orion HALL (High Altitude, Long Loiter) comes as Army and Navy leaders battle with Air Force leaders inside the Pentagon over a renewed Air Force proposal to take over high-altitude UAS development and acquisition ...

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