A summer-long review of U.S. Air Force intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) capabilities is pointing to a growing need for systems able to operate in contested airspace, greater integration with space-based and cyberassets, and more collaboration with other services and intelligence components. The review's results could prove crucial to determining which programs thrive or are shelved in the upcoming fiscal 2013 request. Changes in this USAF portfolio of systems ...


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