USAF To Start Retiring E-8C JSTARS

An E-8C Joint STARS takes off from Robins AFB, Georgia, in June 2020.
Credit: U.S. Air Force
The U.S. Air Force will start divesting its E-8C Joint Surveillance Target Attack Radar System, starting with four of the aircraft in 2022, as the service tries to find its way ahead on the broad Advanced Battle Management System (ABMS) program to fill the aircraft’s role. The service has 16 of the...

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