Army solidifies operational requirements for Counter Small Unmanned Aerial Systems

By Jaspreet Gill / October 16, 2020 at 10:18 AM
The Army has received an approved set of operational requirements for its efforts countering small drones and is planning engagements with industry to address specific focus areas, the service leader in charge told reporters yesterday. Defense Secretary Mark Esper in January designated the Army as the lead service for fielding counter-drone technology. The service established the Joint Counter Unmanned Aerial Systems Office under the leadership of Maj. Gen. Sean Gainey. The office in June completed assessments with 40 currently fielded...

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