In trying to adjust its intelligence-collection fleet after more than a decade of war, the U.S. Air Force is finding that even seemingly small decisions are garnering heightened scrutiny from Congress, potentially limiting the service’s options in crafting its fleet of the future. This conundrum is evident in the debate over the fate of the Air Force’s ongoing lease with Science Applications International Corp., which owns and has been operating four so-called Blue Devil 1 ...
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