NATO AGS Inches Toward Operation

A NATO AGS RQ-4D Phoenix remotely-piloted aircraft at Sigonella, Italy.
Credit: NATO / Christian Timmig
LONDON—NATO’s new Alliance Ground Surveillance Force (NAGSF) has taken another step toward front-line operation with the transfer in ownership of assets. Until now, many of the components that made up the AGS system had been under the control of the NATO Alliance Ground Surveillance Management...

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