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U.S. Army signal processing satellite now operational in orbit - NewsSeptember 08, 2022
HUNTSVILLE, Alabama. A satellite meant to provide situational awareness to tactical warfighters in the U.S. Army is now operational after being launched into orbit this summer, manufacturer Dynetics -- a Leidos subsidiary -- announced in a statement.
DARPA's AI-centered ACE program selects Dynetics for phase two - NewsFebruary 18, 2022
HUNSTVILLE, Ala. Dynetics, a wholly owned subsidiary of Leidos, has been selected for Phase 2 of the Air Combat Evolution (ACE) program, Technical Area 3 (TA3), by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency's (DARPA) Strategic Technology Office (STO).
Thermal wrap for hypersonic weapons in development with Dynetics - NewsDecember 30, 2021
HUNSTVILLE, Ala. Dynetics, a wholly owned subsidiary of Leidos, has won a contract to develop Hypersonic Thermal Protection System (TPS) prototypes for the U.S. Army's Rapid Capabilities and Critical Technologies Office (RCCTO).
Open architecture ground-based weapon system in development for Army - NewsSeptember 27, 2021
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. Dynetics, a wholly owned subsidiary of Leidos, has won a contract by the U.S. Army Program Executive Office Missiles and Space for the Enduring Indirect Fires Protection Capability (IFPC) to produce its mobile ground-based weapon system.
Novel counter-UAS system trialed by DARPA, gets green light to roll out to services - NewsJune 10, 2021
ARLINGTON, Va. The U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) -- the research and development section of the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) tasked with finding innovative solutions to often-intractable problems -- has unveiled a new counter-unmanned aerial system (c-UAS) designed to protect high-value convoys on the move.
DARPA completes third Gremlins demo with Dynetics - NewsJanuary 22, 2021
HUNSTVILLE, Ala. Dynetics, a wholly owned subsidiary of Leidos, completed a third test flight series in which the Gremlins Air Vehicle (GAV) and Gremlins Recovery System flew three more times. The system has totaled seven flight hours during the month of November. The test took place at Dugway Proving Ground in Utah for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA).
DARPA's Gremlin UAS-recovery tests "within inches" of success, will continue in 2021 - NewsDecember 15, 2020
U.S. ARMY DUGWAY PROVING GROUND, Utah. The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has announced that in recent tests, a number of X-61A Gremlins unmanned aerial systems (UASs) failed to link up in flight with a recovery system installed on a C-130 Hercules cargo aircraft, but that they were actually close to success on multiple occasions.