Lack Of NATO AGS Flights Prompts IOC Questions

Credit: Alan Radecki/Northrop Grumman
NATO says it still expects initial operating capability (IOC) for the Alliance Ground Surveillance (AGS) system this year, even though there have been no flights of its parent Northrop Grumman RQ-4D Global Hawk unmanned aircraft system since delivery. Two of the five planned RQ-4s were delivered to...

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