The AAG – Unmanned logo is meant to convey the ‘can do’ attitude of the United States Paratrooper. The wings are patterned after the first airborne wings of World War 2, in which ‘small bands of paratroopers’ were the first into Nazi occupied Europe, paving the way for the Fall of the Third Reich against insurmountable odds.
The aircraft in the middle is the AT-102. Flown first in 1917, the AT-102, or Aerial Target 102, a name conveyed to confuse the enemy, is recognized as the first unmanned aerial craft to be used successfully.
We hope paying tribute to these two symbols will instill in our team, and our employees, a tradition of excellence, and a burning desire to complete the mission.