Advancements in Non-Traditional Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance
Operations within Iraq and Afghanistan in recent years have pushed defence organisation's intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) capabilities to their limits.
Due to the nature of the threat being faced by international forces from insurgents, ISR is playing a greater role in this fight than it has in most conflicts in the past 25 years, and this in turn is placing increasing pressure on resources.
Sir Glenn Torpy, a now tired RAF chief air marshal, speaking to the editor of...
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