Despite two recent setbacks, Kratos’ top executive hasn’t changed his positive outlook on two of the company’s unmanned aircraft system (UAS) programs and revealed the existence of several new, secretly funded UAS projects. The XQ-58A Valkyrie sustained damage while attempting to land in high winds in October and an earthquake damaged the U.S. Navy’s China Lake test range in California in September just as the Dynetics/Kratos Gremlins UAS was set to begin ...

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