Moog provides precision steering controls for the missiles market through the application of industry leading products such as fin control actuation as well as divert and attitude control thruster valves.
Moog Actuation Provides Precision Motion Control for Gremlins Air Recovery Mission
Moog Inc. (NYSE: MOG.A and MOG.B) announced today that the company’s hardware played a critical role in a historic milestone in unmanned aviation by successfully launching and retrieving an X-61A Gremlins Air Vehicle (GAV) during the program's fourth flight test event in October at the Dugway Proving Ground in Utah. The Gremlins demonstration system flew three GAVs to conduct four individual flight sorties for a combined 6.7 hours of flight, including the 1.4-hour airborne recovery mission. The overarching goal of the Gremlins Program, managed by DARPA's Tactical Technology Office, is to demonstrate aerial launch and recovery of multiple low-cost, reusable, unmanned aerial systems (UASs).
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The Australian Missile Corporation Continues to Announce New Leading Australian Partners to Support the Sovereign Guided Weapons Enterprise
The Australian Missile Corporation (AMC) is pleased to announce the latest addition to the AMC collaboration with the signing of Moog Australia. This follows previous announcements of collaborations with Quickstep, Black Sky Aerospace, John Hart, Allweld Manufacturing, Benchon, Milspec Manufacturing, Thomas Global Systems, Skyborne, Archer Materials, Air Affairs Australia and Sage. The expertise of these companies with world-leading insights will be critical to support the Australian Government as it realises its vision for a sovereign guided weapons enterprise equipped and ready to support the Australian Defence Force.
Moog Provides Precision Motion Control for DARPA Gremlins UAV
Moog has confirmed that the company’s hardware has played a critical role in the recent successful launch and retrieval of an X-61A Gremlins Air Vehicle (GAV) during a flight test at the Dugway Proving Ground in Utah. The Gremlins Program, managed by DARPA’s Tactical Technology Office, aims to demonstrate aerial launch and recovery of multiple low-cost, reusable UAS (unmanned aerial systems).
The Gremlins demonstration system flew three GAVs to conduct four individual flight sorties for a combined 6.7 hours of flight, including the 1.4-hour airborne recovery mission.