Air Surveillance and Recconnaissance Sector Report
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Two contracts now in competition–for the US Navy and Marine Corps’ small tactical unmanned systems (STUAS) and the US Air Force’s MQ?X requirement–will define key roles for unmanned aircraft systems operated by US forces for possibly decades to come. The STUAS/Tier II competition is scheduled to conclude in September, although the award may be postponed until after late September.
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