Severe Cuts Loom For U.S. Army’s Post-War ISR Fleet

Credit: U.S. Army
After 13 years at war and an emergency doubling in the size of the U.S. Army's special mission intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) fleet, the service is finally pondering a reconciliation of its specialized air forces with an eye toward retaining less than half of the platforms...

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