Capitol Hill Kills J-Stars Recap

Credit: Tech. Sgt. Carlos Trevino/U.S. Air Force
Lawmakers are supporting an effort to terminate a multibillion-dollar effort to replace the U.S. Air Force’s aging battle management command and control fleet, opening the door to expedite development of a long-planned battle management architecture that no longer depends on one aircraft. But...

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