Navy selects HII's REMUS 300 for new unmanned program of record

By Audrey Decker / March 31, 2022 at 9:49 AM
The Navy selected Huntington Ingalls Industries' REMUS 300 to be its next-generation small unmanned underwater vehicle program of record. The initial phase of the program includes production and testing of REMUS 300s over the next year, according to Duane Fotheringham, president of unmanned systems for HII’s Mission Technologies division. The seven-foot underwater drone is man-portable and features field-swappable batteries, Fotheringham said on a call with reporters Wednesday. Fotheringham said he couldn’t speak directly to the Navy’s vehicle but could discuss...

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