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Leidos' Dynetics subsidiary has awarded Ascent AeroSystems a follow-on order to manufacture and deliver unmanned aerial systems designed to operate within austere environments. The Spirit UAS has a cylindrical configuration and features a dual payload mount system to allow the integration of various operating concepts such as perch-and-stare capabilities, Ascent said Monday.More
Executive Mosaic has announced that David King, group president for Dynetics at Leidos, has received the first Wash100 Award, the most respected and coveted award in all of government contracting (GovCon), of his long career in the federal sector for his leadership and innovation as Dynetics works to expand the Leidos Innovations Center“™s technical capabilities.More
A Dynetics-made unmanned aerial vehicle demonstrated autonomous and manual safety behaviors in a test flight series for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency. The Gremlins Air Vehicle, with its corresponding recovery system, performed seven hours of flight in November, at Utah-based Dugway Proving Ground, Dynetics, a Leidos subsidiary, said Wednesday.More
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