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AUSA 2011: Army not planning to weaponise Shadow fleet

12th October 2011 - 15:00 GMT | by Beth Stevenson in Washington, DC

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The US Army UAS project office has reaffirmed that it is not planning on weaponising its Shadow fleet, despite concentrating efforts into doing just that for the USMC's platforms.

'The army's position right now is that it has no intention to weaponise the Shadow,' LTC Scott Anderson, Product Manager for Ground Maneuver Office, told reporters at the AUSA conference in Washington, DC on 11 October. 'It's a conversation that's been had for a long time.'

'The Marine Corps will choose their weapon and we'll integrate it,' he continued, hinting that this effort will manifest over the next few months.

'We

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Beth is a former senior reporter for Digital Battlespace and Unmanned Vehicles magazines. Beth graduated …

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