US Air Force – MAUAS

Predator-ReaporThe Medium Altitude Unmanned Aircraft System (MAUAS) Division, (AFLCMC/WII), also referred to as The Predator/Reaper program office, is located at the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center, Wright Patterson AFB, OH. The Air Force Life Cycle Management Center is responsible for all Air Force aircraft acquisition and falls under the Air Force Materiel Command. AFLCMC/WII, which contains two of the biggest unmanned aircraft programs in the Air Force, performs critical acquisition functions for the Air Force’s Predator (MQ-1) and Reaper (MQ-9) unmanned aerial vehicles. The MQ-1 and MQ-9 perform critical surveillance and reconnaissance missions as well as hunter/killer missions, making this aircraft a critical asset for the global war on terrorism.

TRG provided on-site project management support to the Combat Systems and Special Projects Branches where all Predator & Reaper enabling capabilities are procured/managed. Enabling capabilities include ground control stations (GCS), communication links, sensors, weapons, and common system components.

Agency: United States Air Force

Location: Dayton, OH

Core Capabilities:

  • PM / Agile
  • Cost & Acquisition
  • National Security

Services:

  • Program & Project Management
  • Engineering & Technology
  • Strategic Services