Lawmakers Skeptical Of USAF’s Plan To Kill J-Stars
Top U.S. Air Force leaders took to Capitol Hill March 15 to defend their proposal to kill a replacement for the E-8C Joint Surveillance Target and Attack Radar System (J-Stars), but the service has a long way to go to convince lawmakers that the alternate, network-based approach it has put forward...
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