Space Force ISR Boss Wants ‘Predator’-like Asset In Orbit

Credit: U.S. Army
For decades, the U.S. Air Force relied on its workhorse fleet of MQ-1 Predators to track and identify targets and attribute events on the ground. Maj. Gen. Leah Lauderback, the U.S. Space Force’s director of intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR), says much like the Predator can...

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