U.S. Army Lays Out Sweeping Vision For High-Altitude ISR Fleet

Credit: E-8C: USAF
The U.S. Army’s intelligence branch has started laying out a sweeping new vision for replacing the fleet of turboprop aircraft now performing the intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) mission with several layers of platforms stacked from tree-top level to low Earth orbit by 2028. As...

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