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Army Dissolves Early-Brigade Combat Team, Discontinue Class I UAV, UGS

The Department of the Army announced today that it decided to continue low-rate initial production of two elements of the Early-Infantry Brigade Combat Team...

Honeywell Takes T-Hawk for Afghanistan Roadshow

On 14 January a group of soldiers and civilians from coalition forces gathered at the Kandahar Airfield in southern Afghanistan to witness how the...

Army Aviation Expands Helicopter – Unmanned Systems Cooperation

AUSA, Washington DC, October 2009: As the largest world operator of UAVs, the U.S. Army has flown over 760,000 combat flight hours with the growing...

New Equipment to Modernize Combat Brigades

Fielding the elements remaining intact, as the FCS is restructured into the BCT Modernization, will include the Honeywell Class I UAV (T-Hawk), iRobot SUGV mini-robot and...

FCS’ Combined Controller Passes Preliminary Design Review

As the Army's Future Combat Systems' program struggles to stabilize its path after the announcement of the planned elimination of eight manned ground vehicles...

T-Hawk Micro-Aerial Vehicle (MAV)

Feb. 2009: Honeywell announced receiving a US Navy order for six T-Hawk Micro Air Vehicle systems, destined for the British MoD. In addition to...

Honeywell Wins Production Contract for the Micro Air Vehicle (MAV)

90 systems will be fielded by the end of 2009 Honeywell (NYSE:HON) will deliver 90 Micro Air Vehicles (MAV) Block II under a $65 million...

Organic Air Vehicle (OAV)

Start < Page 3 of 7 > The Future Combat System (FCS) Unmanned Air Vehicle (UAV) plan consists of a family of several types of airborne...

Class I UAVS (T-Hawk)

Honeywell is developing for the FCS program a backpack-sized Miniature Air Vehicle (MAV) designed to gather and transmit battlefield Information in support of small...
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