Newly-released requirements show the U.S. Army wants an electrically-powered aircraft with 2-8 hr. endurance and 10-30 km range for the Long Range Reconnaissance (LRR) unmanned air system (UAS). Those potential performance specifications are included in a request for information (RFI) released by Army Contracting Command on June 18 as service officials seek to learn what possible bidders can offer. The final requirements for the LRR solicitation may change, depending on how industry ...

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