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Australian Army selects Integrator as next tactical UAV

14th March 2022 - 04:51 GMT | by Gordon Arthur in Christchurch


The Australian Army will be receiving 24 systems of Integrator tactical UAVs. (Insitu)

A winner has been declared for the Australian Army's quest to find a new tactical UAV to replace the Shadow 200.

On 11 March, Insitu Pacific announced that it had been appointed ‘preferred supplier’ in its bid to supply tactical UAVs to the Australian Army.

This effort falls under Project Land 129 Phase 3, for which the Boeing-owned subsidiary will supply its Integrator. The contract includes delivery and initial support of the aircraft, as well as acting as ground systems and prime systems integrator.

The manufacture has already commenced in Brisbane, according to Defence Minister Peter Dutton, and delivery of 24 systems will occur throughout 2023-24.

The acquisition and initial contract period is worth A$307 million ($223.4 million) to

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Gordon Arthur


Gordon Arthur

Gordon Arthur was the Asia Pacific editor for Shephard Media. Born in Scotland and educated …

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