Editorial: USAF J-Stars Replacement Needs Quick Definition

The Air Force’s plan to move from the Northrop Grumman E8-C Joint Stars (J-Stars) surveillance aircraft fleet to a multidomain command-and-control system of networks in the mid-2020s needs better definition so it does not become the Pentagon’s next Future Combat Systems (FCS) -style boondoggle. The...

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