The U.S. Army has revealed plans to develop the fifth version of a small surveillance aircraft and dedicate the new type to hunting for enemy emitters. Two prototypes for an Enhanced Medium Altitude Reconnaissance Surveillance Systems-Electronic Intelligence (EMARSS-E) aircraft could be acquired, Army Contracting Command announced July 3. The command notified industry that the Aviation and Missile Technology Consortium will release a request to submit white papers to help the Army evaluate ...

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