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NATO Takes First Steps Toward Future Surveillance System

E3A sentry aircraft
The NATO Final Life Extension Program will extend the E-3A Sentry fleet until 2035, by which time NATO hopes the AFSC will be in a position to take up its mission and more.
Credit: NATO E-3A Component
NATO alliance wants AFSC ready for 2035 when its Boeing E-3 Sentries are finally retired.

 

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