The U.S. Air Force is lagging in its ability to find and identify "high-end" targets, an erosion that has taken place during the past 15 years of combat operations in permissive airspace, says Lt. Gen. Robert Otto, deputy chief of staff for intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR). "Most of [the] analysts that we have we brought onboard post 9/11" have been focused on exploiting intelligence from full-motion video in Afghanistan and Iraq, Otto told an audience ...

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