U.S. Army Awards $29M For Air Launched Effects Projects

An Area-I Air-Launched, Tube-Integrated, Unmanned System launches from a UH-60 Black Hawk during a demonstration in spring 2020.
Credit: Yuma Proving Ground
The U.S. Army is inching closer in fulfilling its vision of the Future Armed Reconnaissance Aircraft (FARA) by awarding $29.75 million for 10 air-launched effects (ALE) projects. The 10 projects span three different buckets: air vehicle, mission systems and payloads. The Army leveraged other...

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