The Royal Air Forcce’s (RAF) senior intelligence and surveillance officer has launched a passionate defense of the Sentinel program, as the perennially overworked yet permanently under-threat system faces yet another period of uncertainty about its future. Air Commo. Dean Andrew, commander of the RAF’s ISTAR (intelligence, surveillance, target acquisition and reconnaissance) force, intends to fight the decision—announced in last year’s Strategic Defense and ...

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