Amid Pentagon belt-tightening, Boeing and Northrop Grumman are offering dueling proposals in an attempt to capture what limited funds the U.S. Air Force may have to modernize its fleet of airborne ground-surveillance (AGS) intelligence collectors. Boeing is going public with its proposal for a new aircraft to handle the Joint Stars fleet mission as the service is in the midst of an analysis of alternatives (AOA) to create a new architecture for collecting ground surveillance. Boeing’s ...

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