Pentagon eyes first increment of low-collateral interceptor capability for procurement in FY-22

By Jaspreet Gill / February 2, 2021 at 2:42 PM
The Pentagon in fiscal year 2022 is planning to select the first increment of an initial low-collateral interceptor capability for procurement and fielding, officials from the Army-led Joint Counter-small Unmanned Aerial Systems Office told reporters today. The Defense Department is hosting semi-annual demonstrations with industry to showcase technology for its counter-drone efforts, with the first demo set for the first week of April at Yuma Proving Ground, AZ. Industry will showcase " low-collateral effectors " during the demo to the...

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