Unmanned Systems Gain In Pentagon Efficiency Drive

Cost-cutting across the U.S. Defense Department has helped free up funds to accelerate key unmanned aircraft programs, including a carrier-based surveillance and strike platform for the Navy. Fielding of MQ-1C Gray Eagles for the U.S. Army, MQ-9 Reapers for the Air Force and MQ-8B Fire Scout...

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