JCO plans to spend $120 million on RDT&E in FY-25

By Dan Schere / March 22, 2024 at 4:12 PM
The Pentagon's Joint Counter-small Unmanned Aircraft Systems Office (JCO), of which the Army is the executive agent, plans to spend $120 million on research, development, test and evaluation in fiscal year 2025 along with another $12 million on operations and maintenance. The JCO was established four years ago by the Army to shape doctrine, requirements, materiel and training for addressing small UAS threats across the joint force. According to the Army, about half of the FY-25 RDT&E funding will be...

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