U.S. Army Plans Different Approach For Gray Eagle Small Munition Buy

Credit: Gray Eagle: General Atomics
To take advantage of the greater endurance of its latest General Atomics MQ-1C Gray Eagle, the U.S. Army wants the unmanned aircraft system (UAS) to carry more weapons. But the service plans to take a different approach to procuring a small munition that can double the loadout of the UAS. An...

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