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USSOCOM seeks enhanced SRSE capabilities
The US Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) is seeking enhanced stand-off capabilities for operators conducing Special Reconnaissance, Surveillance and Exploitation (SRSE) operations, according to new request for information (RFI).
According to documents published on the Federal Business Opportunities website on 28 November, a Technology Experimentation (TE), due to be conducted between 25-29 March 2019 at the Atterbury-Muscatatuck Center for Complex Operations, Indiana, will consider technology capable of supporting “stand-off” operations of small unit teams allowing operators to safely gather intelligence without risk of compromise.
According to the RFI, TE 19-2 will “…explore emerging technology solutions and revolutionary improvements in …
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