Why attritable UAVs have aerospace manufacturers rethinking lucrative MRO and upgrades

Gremlins Flight Test November 2019

Because attritable aircraft are designed to be limited-use, and cheap enough to be lost in combat or thrown-away when obsolete, the traditional model of capturing long-term business government via vendor lock – selling proprietary aircraft to the US Department of Defense and then making profits on MRO and upgrades – ...

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