Air Force using agile approach to build counter-UAS strategy, programs

By Rachel Cohen / December 28, 2018 at 9:00 AM
The Air Force is pulling together technologies to incrementally create a system that can counter encroaching unmanned aerial systems, rather than waiting for a complete solution to be ready. Over the last month, new details have emerged about how the Air Force is building on "Medusa," its variant of an Army command-and-control system for precision fires, while rolling out interim counter-UAS capabilities and turning to industry for further improvements. Three bases received basic counter-UAS systems this fall, Steve Wert, the...

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