CENTCOM highlights counter-drone tech in unfunded priorities list

By Tony Bertuca / March 23, 2023 at 2:22 PM
U.S. Central Command has sent Congress a list of $280 million in unfunded priorities , highlighting the need for nearly $30 million to counter unmanned aerial systems, according to a document obtained by Inside Defense. The command’s unmet counter-UAS needs, the No. 1 priority on the UPL, involve $14.7 million for the Air Vigilance system and $15 million for the CRESTONE database. “The Air Vigilance (AV) system delivers a ground-based passive signals intelligence sensor employed to detect, track, identify,...

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