ISR and C2 are NATO's most critical capability needs
Coverage of the Airborne ISR & C2 Battle Management conference in 2014
The emergence of new conflicts in the past twelve months has forced new demands on airborne ISR assets, which has led intelligence chiefs to call for major changes to spending priorities before these problems become insurmountable.
Earlier this week CDR Richard Marshall (rtd.) wrote an open letter in The Times highlighting the gaps in the UK’s air defences after Russian bombers were recently escorted by RAF Typ...
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