Boeing is changing its approach to intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) and related information programs, senior company officials indicated during recent briefings in St. Louis and Seattle, with the goal of reducing risk and delivering more-affordable products. Some of that philosophy is visible in two company-funded projects—the Maritime Surveillance Aircraft (MSA), based on a Bombardier Challenger business jet, and the Reconfigurable Airborne Multi-Intelligence System ...
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