Ground control stations and the Fury tactical unmanned aircraft are the key reasons behind Lockheed Martin’s acquisition of small Huntsville, Ala.-based defense company Chandler/May. Chandler/May manufactures the OneSystem ground control station (GCS) for AAI Corp., which is used with the U.S. Army’s AAI RQ-7B Shadow tactical UAV and General Atomics MQ-1C Grey Eagle medium-range UAV. In 2009, Chandler/May acquired AME Unmanned Air Systems based in San Luis Obispo, Calif., which is ...

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