Anti-ship missile, carrier-launched drone first in Navy's new fast-track acquisition office

By Justin Doubleday / March 2, 2016 at 12:58 PM
The Navy's advanced anti-ship missile and its recently restructured carrier-launched unmanned aerial system are the first two programs to fall under the service’s new Maritime Accelerated Capabilities Office, according to a top acquisition official. The Long-Range Anti-Ship Missile and the RAQ-25 "Stingray" will be the "two lead programs to pave the way for other programs to follow under the MACO concept," Navy acquisition chief Sean Stackley said at a March 2 naval engineering conference in Arlington, VA. "If you start...

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