UAS Fee-For-Service Start-Up Costs Hit Textron

Textron has taken a $14 million third-quarter charge to cover increased costs on starting up unmanned aircraft fee-for-service operations for the U.S. Defense Department. In April, Textron company AAI Corp. won a contract to provide intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) services for U...

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