Army officials worried about CR's impact on counter UAS procurement

By Dan Schere / February 28, 2024 at 1:55 PM
Army officials are concerned about the inability of the service to procure counter UAS systems in the event of a yearlong continuing resolution. Under Secretary Gabe Camarillo, speaking to reporters at the Pentagon today, noted that without a fiscal year 2024 appropriation, the Army doesn't have money to buy 225 Coyote interceptors. He is particularly concerned about procuring counter UAS capability after a January drone attack killed three U.S. servicemembers in Jordan. “We need that money,” he said. Camarillo added...

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