GRAPEVINE, Texas—U.S. Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. David Goldfein said Oct. 26 that a new strategy to shift the task of screening raw intelligence data from humans to machines will face internal opposition. The three-month-old strategy—embedded in the Intelligence Surveillance Reconnaissance Flight Plan released in early August—makes some Air Force officials nervous about unwinding a system that, albeit labor-intensive, works well today, Goldfein said at the ...

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