U.S. Army Considers Further Small FTUAS Buys

Martin’s tailsitter V-Bat is one of four VTOL tactical UAS evaluated by the U.S. Army.
Credit: Martin UAV
The U.S. Army is wrapping up its “buy, try, inform” effort to evaluate competing runway-independent tactical unmanned aircraft systems as it prepares to finalize its acquisition strategy to replace the Textron RQ-7B Shadow. Under its Future Tactical Unmanned Aircraft System (FTUAS) effort, the Army...

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