3rd Bass Bass, a company specializing in electric basses, is working with the US Navy to develop an unmanned aerial vehicle for remotely operating drones.
The Navy wants to test out drones and other unmanned systems on the ocean.
The project is part of a larger effort by the US military to develop drones capable of carrying out various missions, from reconnaissance to surveillance, the Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday.
The Pentagon has awarded Lockheed Martin a $2.5 billion contract to develop autonomous drones.
It was the second time in a week that the Pentagon awarded a drone to a private company.
Last week, it awarded $1.9 billion for the development of a drone capable of operating in hazardous environments, and $1 billion for its operation in the remote areas of Africa.
The military has been working on the drone program for a number of years.
The US has awarded more than $6 billion to date for drones, according to the Wall St. Journal.
In December, the Navy announced it was awarding $1 million to one of its drone projects.
As a private contractor, New York Times columnist Charles Blow called the drone a “dual-purpose, high-tech military vehicle” that can be used for surveillance, rescue, and humanitarian missions.
The Navy hopes to develop a drone with autonomous capability that can operate in hazardous situations, and is working to acquire the necessary equipment for the project, the Pentagon said in a statement.
The drone would be able to use cameras to see through the clouds and to identify people and objects in the air.
It would also be able “to navigate through the atmosphere and take images of aircraft and vehicles,” the Navy said.
At the same time, the drone would also have a range of up to 400 kilometers (250 miles) and be able take images and video, according the Navy.
The first unmanned drone, called the UAS-1A, is currently undergoing testing in the US.
The drone is equipped with a camera that can take images at a distance of up 25 meters (65 feet), and can also be used as a surveillance device.
It can be launched from ships or from drones, and will fly for up to 90 minutes, according Reuters.
The drones, which are still under development, are capable of performing the following tasks:The Navy is also working on a drone that can carry out surveillance and search-and-rescue missions.
This is the third time the Pentagon has tried to acquire a drone for the military, after the Navy’s purchase of the Predator A10 in 2012.