U.S. Marines Will Spend $1B In Counter-UAS Tech

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The U.S. Marine Corps will spend $1 billion on counter-unmanned aircraft system (UAS) technology over the next five years beginning in fiscal 2020, and establish a program office to coincide with the effort. Don Kelley, ground-based air defense program manager, told Aerospace DAILY Sept. 7 the...

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