Intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) and other military technologies associated with the U.S. “pivot” to the Asia-Pacific region could be relative winners in the Obama administration’s fiscal 2015 budget request and long-term spending blueprint, according to congressional testimony by Pentagon officials Jan. 28. Besides ISR, long-range strike capabilities, warship construction (including submarines) and technologies groomed with the aim of prevailing against so-called ...
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