U.S. Air Force Seeks Sensors For High-Speed Aircraft

Mayhem hypersonic demonstrator

Leidos in December won a $334 million contract to build the Mayhem hypersonic demonstrator for the U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory.

Credit: Leidos
A U.S. Air Force acquisition program office is researching the market for intelligence-gathering sensors for a high-speed, high-altitude platform to participate in exercises and test events over the next five years. The request for information released on Nov. 21 calls for data on sensors that could...

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