New Details Of J-Stars Bid Reveal Lockheed’s Automation Readiness

Credit: E-8C: USAF
Lockheed Martin now says it pitched the U.S. Air Force on a way to reduce the staff for a battle management command and control (BMC2) suite to two or three people from 18 during the now-canceled competition to replace the E-8C Joint Stars (J-Stars) fleet. The disclosure helps explain Lockheed’s...

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