Improvements for the Global Hawk Block 20/30 aircraft that will address deficiencies discovered during last year’s initial operational test and evaluation (IOT&E) phase are being designed for the high-flying unmanned aerial system’s platform and sensor payloads. Two top military testers have reported that the Global Hawk has significant shortcomings in executing its high-altitude intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance mission. Problems included a low mission effectiveness ...

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