General Atomics to Provide Logistics Support US Army’s MQ-1C Drones

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General Atomics to Provide Logistics Support US Army’s MQ-1C Drones
MQ-1C Gray Eagle

General Atomics has won a $29.3 million modification contract for performance based logistics support services for US Army’s MQ-1C Gray Eagle drones.

The Gray Eagle unmanned combat vehicle has a maximum altitude capability of 29,000 feet and can take-off and land without operator assistance. The drone’s payload includes advanced sensing gear, four GBU-44/B Viper strike bombs, and up to four Hellfire missiles or eight AIM-92 Stinger missiles.

Work is expected to be completed by September 4, 2020.

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