The U.S. Army's unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) office in Huntsville, Ala., lost one of its most experienced civilian leaders recently when Tim Owings, deputy project manager for UAS, left to open a Huntsville office for defense contractor Sierra Nevada Corp. Owings, who went to work for the Army in 1989 as a newly minted Auburn University aerospace engineer, began working on unmanned aircraft in 1992. From 1999-2003, he was in charge of acquisition for AAI Corp.'s RQ-7 Shadow, and in 2004 ...

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