Marine Corps large unmanned system recently received JROC approval

By Lee Hudson / November 1, 2016 at 9:00 AM
The Marine Corps' large, sea-based unmanned aerial system recently received approval from the Joint Requirements Oversight Council and the service is awaiting a materiel development decision, according to a service official. Lt. Col. Noah Spataro, UAS capabilities integration and requirements officer, wrote in an Oct. 27 statement to Inside the Navy the JROC signed the initial capabilities document for the Marine Air-Ground Task Force Unmanned Aircraft Expeditionary UAS on Oct. 4. Once the MUX clears the development decision the...

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