Navy speeds counter UAS research through DDS partnership

By Justin Katz  
April 1, 2019 at 3:53 PM
The Navy is accelerating its research and development to counter commercially available unmanned aircraft systems, and is partnering with the Defense Digital Service to do it, according to a March 28 memo obtained by Inside Defense . "This is necessary to enable the [Navy] to gain a competitive advantage over the commercial advancement of unmanned systems technology and potential for nefarious use against [Navy] facilities and assets," according to the memo signed by service acquisition chief Hondo Geurts. To do...

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