5 Facts About JSTARS As Air Force Mulls $7 Billion Program’s Future


5 Facts About JSTARS As Air Force Mulls $7 Billion Program’s Future

The Air Force wants to make a decision on a $7 billion airborne command and surveillance program next month.
XAutoplay: On | OffAir Force Secretary Heather Wilson said the service will hopefully make a decision on whether or not to keep the Joint Surveillance Target Attack Radar System (JSTARS) recapitalization program in October, Aviation Week reported Wednesday.
But what is the program and why is the Air Force considering scrapping the bid? Here are five things to know about the JSTARS recap.
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