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Anduril Gets Pentagon Contract Worth Up to $99 million

Irvine-based defense and border protection company Anduril Inc. said it received a contract worth up to $99 million to supply the U.S. military with drones aimed at countering hostile or unauthorized drones.

The so-called Counter Unmanned Aircraft System drones are designed to protect against various incoming airborne threats, ranging from hobby drones to those flown by state actors, and in some instances, threats posed by multiple incoming drones.


Anduril said today the agreement is for up to $99 million over 5 years, enabling the Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marines to procure and maintain installation of Anduril’s drone systems, as well as various configurations of radar, electro-optics with infrared, interceptors, and radio frequency so-called detection and defeat sensors. 

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