Lockheed Skunk Works Ready For Whatever Comes After J-Stars

Credit: U-2: Lockheed Martin
ORLANDO, Florida—If the U.S. Air Force has its way, the years-long effort to replace Northrop Grumman’s aging E-8C Joint Surveillance Target Attack Radar System (J-Stars) ground surveillance and battle management fleet is dead in the water. For its part, Lockheed Martin—which has been working with...

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