USMC Asks Congress Not To Slash Counter-UAS Buy

Credit: U.S. Capitol

The U.S. Marine Corps is pleading with lawmakers to not cut nearly 40% of its fiscal 2020 purchase for its only counter-unmanned aerial system (UAS) program of record. The House Appropriations Committee’s mark of the fiscal 2020 defense appropriations bill cuts $48 million from Ground Based Air...

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