Fleet input on unmanned-system gaps due this month

By Justin Doubleday / December 8, 2015 at 11:37 AM
The Navy is due this month to receive input from fleet commanders on gaps they see in their unmanned systems capabilities, according to a top service official. The service is identifying such gaps to help determine what unmanned systems could enter a rapid prototyping process, according to Frank Kelley, the Navy's deputy assistant secretary for unmanned systems. Kelley added that his counterpart in the chief of naval operations office, Unmanned Warfare Systems Director Rear Adm. Robert Girrier, is soliciting the...

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