Army to replace Shadow Tactical Unmanned Aircraft System

By Jaspreet Gill / August 21, 2019 at 12:40 PM
The Army is on its way to replacing the Shadow Tactical Unmanned Aircraft System in brigade combat teams. Lt. Col. David Griffin, product manager for Tactical Unmanned Aircraft Systems in the program executive office for aviation, said at an Aug. 20 Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems conference that the service has selected four companies to build systems for soldiers to test for the STUAS replacement, called the Future Tactical Unmanned Aircraft System. A July 25 Defense Department contract states that...

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