RAF ISTAR Chief Attacks “Unimaginable” Sentinel Cuts

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The RAF’s senior intelligence and surveillance officer launched a passionate defense of the Sentinel program yesterday, as the perennially overworked yet permanently under-threat system faces yet another period of uncertainty about its future. Air Commodore Dean Andrew, commander of the RAF’s ISTAR...

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