Anduril Opens Engineering Posts in Seattle Office

Defense technology company Anduril Industries is hiring engineers for its new site in Seattle.

The new hires will perform work remotely until all restrictions in line with the COVID-19 pandemic are lifted, the company said Tuesday.

Anduril aims to augment the U.S. and its allies’ defensive capacities through the new facility.

“We are building bigger and better systems for our military as quickly as we can,” said Palmer Luckey, founder of Anduril.

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