Los Angeles Business Journal: Airdrop Service Dash Delivers Proof of Concept

In the 10 months Joel Ifill worked at El Segundo-based Aerojet Rocketdyne Holdings Inc., he said he “never felt at ease” making precision kinetic weapons, better known as smart bombs. Even after he left Rocketdyne in 2010, he said he couldn’t shake the idea that precision technology and his engineering prowess could be used for a less lethal application: deliveries to remote areas.

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