Operating ISR platforms without adequate training is just "button mashing," says BAE Systems ISR chief
Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance have become magic words for modern military operations at a time when superior knowledge really can translate to power. Critical to a mission’s success is the need for the flexibility to collect, process and disseminate intelligence data across the spectrum, demanding around-the-clock input and attention from dedicated personnel.
Not a concept lost on either militaries or civilian authorities, the ISR market continues to rocket just as rapi...
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