While the U.S. may be in a position to talk about leap-ahead technologies, many nations do not have the technological and financial resources to even think about such an approach. However, they do face similarly evolving air-defense needs, such as protecting forces against guided rockets and the unmanned air vehicles (UAVs) that feed them with targeting information. In many cases, they also have obsolescent ground-based air defense (GBAD) systems such as U.S. Hawks and Soviet-era Buks ...

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