The Astor system is maturing, and has proven that airborne radar ground surveillance is a crucial battlefield capability for fighting both small terrorist groups and conventional army formations, say British Army and Royal Air Force officials. But more importantly—and largely hidden from view—is a long-term, multi-service effort to pull additional advanced capabilities from the airborne sensor. That research includes networking Astor’s radar products with intelligence from the Nimrod R1, ...

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