Non-traditional Airborne ISR Makes the Leap from Unconventional to Conventional Warfare

Contributor: Robert Densmore
Posted: 06/01/2011
Non-traditional Airborne ISR Makes the Leap from Unconventional to Conventional Warfare
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Douglas Barrie serves as the senior fellow for military aerospace at IISS, the International Institute for Strategic Studies in London. In this interview, he describes full spectrum NTISR, or Non Traditional Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance, as deployed as an extension of air power worldwide. In a period of retracting economies and


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Robert Densmore
Contributor: Robert Densmore