The services are struggling with the choices for manned and unmanned aircraft, sensor packages and the need for better intelligence integration. The Pentagon's airborne signals intelligence community, with its decision to terminate the Aerial Common Sensor program, has likely triggered months of inter-service battles as the Air Force, Navy, and Army try to push their intelligence priorities on their sister services. Options emerging from the aerospace industry envision a package ...

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