SAN DIEGO—General Atomics Aeronautical Systems (GA-ASI) plans to develop and demonstrate a range of new tactical capabilities for its family of unmanned air vehicles as part of an ongoing initiative to align more closely to the U.S. Defense Department’s shift to a near-peer National Defense Strategy. The company’s Predator family of remotely piloted aircraft were largely developed over two decades of asymmetric conflicts in which they played key roles in counterinsurgency ...

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