Initial concepts for a next generation intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) architecture geared for contested air defense environments have been briefed to U.S. Air Force Secretary Michael Donley. The studies form part of Air Force preparations for potential future conflicts in and around the Pacific against more sophisticated opposition. Here the expectation is that ISR aircraft and unmanned air vehicles will have to contend with denied airspace rather than the virtually ...
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