The Alpha Defense Company, which has raised $1 billion from the likes of Facebook, Apple, Intel and others, is one of the most important defense contractors in the world, having built dozens of drones.
The company is also known for its development of its XS2 air-to-air missile defense system.
But, like many defense companies, the company is trying to move away from using technology that has been around for decades and instead focuses on building its own technology.
The firm’s latest development, Alpha Defense 3D printing, uses a process called 3D-printing.
It’s a process where 3D objects are created in a 3D printer and then 3D printed onto an object.
The technology can also be used to create things like armor, which the company says it’s working on for its air-defense systems.
The new drone is Alpha Defense’s second drone to use the XS3 air-defence system, which uses a 3d printer and a computer system to create a 3-D model of a target.
The XS1 was first released in the late 1990s.
The XS4 and XS5 air-traffic control drones are designed to protect aircraft and ground vehicles from air and ground attacks.
The Air Defense Strike Group is one military unit in the Air Force, Navy and Marine Corps that has a program called Strike Wing 2 that focuses on air defense.
It uses XS systems to help protect planes from air attacks.
In April, Alpha Defence said its XR2 air defense system would be used in an upcoming drone attack on a U.S. embassy compound in Benghazi, Libya.
Alpha Defense was founded in 2013 by a group of aerospace and defense engineers from across the world.
In 2014, the group formed a subsidiary called Alpha Defense Systems, which is now led by Davidson Defense CEO David Smith.
Alpha Defence has been working on its XC3 air defense drone since December 2014, when it released its first version.
Alpha Defense said in a statement to The Associated Press in April that it has not yet finalized the XC5 drone.