The U.S. Air Force is conducting a sweeping review of requirements for ground surveillance that could lead to major funding decisions in the next few budget cycles, according to senior service officials. At issue is how best to collect, process and disseminate ground moving target indications (GMTI), a specialized type of intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) designed to track, and if necessary, target moving objects on the ground or at sea. Lt. Gen. David Deptula, ...
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