Coyote To Counter Drones

The U.S. Army is to use Raytheon’s Coyote small expendable unmanned aircraft system (UAS) to counter the threat from drones. Fitted with a warhead and seeker, the tube-launched UAS will be paired with the KFRS Ku-band electronically scanned array radar, which will acquire and track swarming UAS. The...

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