U.S. Air Force researchers are setting up a $490 million, six-year program to rapidly develop, prototype, demonstrate and transition multiple technologies to counter small, commercial unmanned aircraft systems (UAS).  A request for information published on Dec. 3 by the Air Force Research Laboratory’s (AFRL) Information Directorate in Rome, New York, announced the new initiative.  The AFRL plans to release a draft request for proposals for the Counter-small Unmanned ...

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