The Pentagon’s Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) Task Force—created last year to get ISR systems into Iraq and Afghanistan quickly—is being criticized by some for being too diligent about time. The group is so focused on fielding systems within a 90-day requirement, it loses out on technologies that “could be ready on Day 91,” says one industry official. But the Army could have a remedy. Part of the problem has been the limited availability of test aircraft, says Tim ...


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