Anduril, General Atomics chosen in Air Force contracts

Anduril, General Atomics chosen in Air Force contracts


(The Center Square) – The 7-year-old company that last year bought North Carolina-based Blue Force Technologies was chosen Wednesday for contract by the Air Force with one other ahead of three giants in American defense.

Anduril Industries, headquartered in California and founded in 2017, was chosen as one of two vendors in the Collaborative Combat Aircraft program. Anduril is an American defense technology company, with a specialty in autonomous systems.

General Atomics, out of San Diego and celebrating 70 years in summer of 2025, is the other vendor chosen.

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In the program, Anduril says it will design, manufacture and test production-representative collaborative combat aircraft. A key piece of the deal with Blue Force was the autonomous air vehicle Fury.

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