Sky Warrior purchase decision could come in FY 2009

08/25/2008 | Aerospace Daily & Defense Report

Experience with Predator-based unmanned aerial vehicles in Iraq, Afghanistan and other countries may allow the U.S. Army to move up its production decision for the Sky Warrior system to fiscal year 2009, one year earlier than planned. Three early versions have added various components planned for the objective system, including a jet fuel engine and a more robust airframe. Army and Air Force officials are looking for ways to increase commonalities between their fleets, both built by General Atomics Aeronautical Systems.

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