Northrop to Implement Army ‘Hunter’ UAV Engineering Change Proposal

Northrop Grumman has secured a $12.7 million contract modification to incorporate an engineering change proposal into the payload technology of the U.S. Army‘s Hunter unmanned aerial vehicle.

The Defense Department said Wednesday Northrop will perform work in Sierra Vista, Arizona through Oct. 20, 2018.

The Army Contracting Command obligated $6.2 million at the time of award from the military branch’s fiscal year 2017 procurement funds.

Northrop developed Hunter to support intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance efforts of Army division and corps commanders.

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