U.S. Navy Asks To Buy One Fewer Triton To Pay For Overruns

Credit: Triton: Northrop Grumman
The U.S. Navy has asked Congress to buy one fewer Triton UAV to pay for cost overruns in development. In fiscal 2017, the Navy had asked for $565.1 million to buy four of the MQ-4 maritime intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance UAVs. But by last December, the program’s research and...

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