NYT on Anduril: Away From Silicon Valley, the Military Is the Ideal Customer

Read Cade Metz explain how Anduril Industries and other Silicon Valley tech firms are finding the U.S. military a good customer on New York Times :

Over the rolling, scrub-spotted hills of the Southern California coast, where defense contractors once tested rockets and lasers for President Ronald Reagan’s “Star Wars” missile defense program, what looked like a big, mechanical insect stalked a white pickup truck. Half a mile away, 28-year-old Palmer Luckey, one of the tech industry’s proudest iconoclasts, talked excitedly about the military potential of the flying machine — a self-piloting drone, called Ghost, that his start-up company Anduril built.

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