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New JP129 tactical UAS requirements locked

29th April 2009 - 10:57 GMT | by

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The Australian Department of Defence’s capability group has confirmed that it has locked down revised requirements for the Australian Defence Force’s Joint Project 129 tactical unmanned air system (UAS) with new tender documents now in preparation.

Capability executive head VADM Matt Tripovich says “we have agreed the requirements now and are working closely with the Defence Materiel Organisation to be able to get a request to tender out to the industry again, to start the process. I might say that we are working at an accelerated process so that we can get quickly back into contract with the appropriate solution

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