U.S. and U.K. companies are realigning their structures to profit from a new wave of intelligence, cyber, information and electronic weaponry, as well as the sophisticated sensors that will guide them. The moves come as airborne intelligence-gathering is tied to the new and increasingly sophisticated fields of airborne electronic and cyberattack and directed-energy weapons, including high-power lasers and microwaves. Three BAE Systems executives recently discussed with Aviation Week how ...

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