USAF Still Undecided On J-Stars, OA-X

Credit: Lockheed Martin
The U.S. Air Force still hasn’t decided whether to proceed with a “J-Stars 2.0” surveillance, battle management and command-and-control (BMC2) platform to replace its worn-out Northrop Grumman E-8C or instead introduce some type of network to fuse and share sensor data from multiple airborne assets...

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