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AUVSI: Raytheon offers up Griffin for UAS

26th August 2010 - 19:03 GMT | by Andrew White in Denver

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Raytheon is in early talks with the US Army, Navy and Air Force to integrate its Griffin lightweight, precision kinetic effects munition onto a variety of UAS, company officials have told Unmanned Vehicles.

Speaking to UV at AUVSI on 26 August, Raytheon business development senior manager for air warfare systems, Everett Tackett, said 'conversations' had taken place with a variety of users regarding compatibility. However, he stressed that no test flights had yet taken place.

'We have had conversations regarding fit checks and looked at interfaces,' Tackett said while referring to discussions with the army for its Grey Eagle

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