Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency


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Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency

An agency of the U.S. Department of Defense responsible for developing new military technologies. It is perhaps best known for its development of Arpanet, which is the direct precursor of the modern Internet. It was established in 1958 and is based in Arlington, Virginia.
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CACI's new contract with the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is a good fit with our strategic goals and gives us a great opportunity to expand our partnership with DARPA," said CACI's Chairman and CEO, Dr.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, the agency that spurred development of the F-117A stealth fighter and the robotic Global Hawk reconnaissance aircraft, will hold a second Grand Challenge race Oct.
Northrop Grumman will produce two full-scale X-47B unmanned air combat demonstrators for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.
The program is being conducted by a joint team that includes the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, NASA and the Boeing Co.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is developing UCAVs with the goal of using them to find and destroy enemy anti-aircraft missiles, guns and radar.
The technologies could lead to a small military supersonic strike aircraft that would perform more missions per day, deliver more weapons on target and provide a rapid, long-range response capability, said the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.

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