The U.K.’s plans for the five Sentinel R1 jets of the Royal Air Force (RAF) remain in flux despite the announcement in the Strategic Defense and Security Review (SDSR) last year that the aircraft will be operational into the next decade.  The platform, which is operated from RAF Waddington by V(AC) Sqdn., has been involved in combat operations almost continuously since it entered service in 2008. The intelligence that derives from the dual-mode synthetic aperture/ground moving ...

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