Berger: Marine Corps unmanned acquisition needs to move at 'uncomfortable' pace

By Aidan Quigley / February 2, 2021 at 5:14 PM
The Marine Corps needs to move at an "uncomfortable" pace in acquiring unmanned platforms, service Commandant Gen. David Berger said Tuesday at the National Defense Industrial Association's Virtual Expeditionary Warfare Conference. "We have got to move at an uncomfortable pace in unmanned systems," he said. "The [CH-53K helicopter] is a phenomenal aircraft, heavy-lift aircraft. Down the road, we need a mix of that and something that is unmanned, to move our stuff. Not all of it must be manned, in...

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