The U.S. Army is making strides in improving its intelligence-collection capability as anti-insurgency efforts intensify in Afghanistan. Two key programs are moving forward: The Enhanced Medium-Altitude Reconnaissance and Surveillance System (Emarss), optimized for real-time intelligence, and the Constant Hawk, a forensic intelligence-collector optimized to counter improvised explosive devices, which is managed by the Army’s Task Force ODIN. The service is expecting to announce the ...

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