U.S. Army Craves Regular Small UAV Competitions

RAPID RESPONSE: Acknowledging the rapid innovation under way at the low end of the unmanned aircraft market, the U.S. Army would like to be able to run a competition for small UAVs every three years. “The problem is the acquisition process. It takes us 10 years to get a requirement,” says Tim Owings...

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