House authorizers propose adding CUAS funding from Army UPL in chairman's mark

By Dan Schere / May 13, 2024 at 2:00 PM
House authorizers have proposed adding millions of dollars in counter-drone funding in the chairman's mark of the defense authorization bill for fiscal year 2025. The chairman’s mark , released today, would add $184.8 million in funding for counter-small UAS interceptors. This was the top line item listed on the Army’s unfunded priorities list for FY-25 that was released by the service in March following the rollout of the FY-25 request. Although not specified in the UPL, Politico reported in...

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