BAE Systems to acquire Advanced Ceramics Research

  • 30-Apr-2009 05:11 EDT
BAE Systems has agreed to acquire Advanced Ceramics Research Inc., a Tucson, AZ-based producer of small unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) and advanced ceramic materials. Advanced Ceramics Research employs 60 people and produces three UAS platforms and provides related support capabilities to the U.S. armed forces and civil government agencies. In addition to its UAS products, Advanced Ceramics Research has capabilities in ceramic materials with both military and commercial aerospace applications. The company will become part of BAE Systems Inc., headquartered in Rockville, MD.
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