CENTCOM's unfunded priorities list seeks $362M for counter-drone mission, $44M for Maven

By Tony Bertuca / March 27, 2024 at 3:03 PM
U.S. Central Command has sent Congress an unfunded priorities list that identifies an unmet need for $362 million in spending to counter unmanned aerial systems, according to a new document obtained by Inside Defense . An earlier UPL document obtained by Inside Defense and signed by Gen. Michael Kurilla, chief of CENTCOM, did not identify specific program needs. “C-UAS capabilities are the top USCENTCOM priority,” according to a breakdown of the $450 million UPL that CENTCOM has provided to...

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