NATO has approved the bulk of a $7.7 billion design for Europe's first integrated command and control system after a three-week review, launching the start of a development and integration phase. Twenty-three years after NATO proposed the concept, the Air Command and Control System (ACCS) cleared a critical design review (CDR) process that included 60 "technical walkthroughs" with NATO experts, analyzing 40,000 pages and about 6 million lines of software code, said Patrick O'Connell. ...
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