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An E-8C, Joint Surveillance Target Attack Radar System, or Joint STARS, takes-off for a Weapons School Integration mission at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, Nov. 22, 2021.

Robins AFB to retire four E-8 JSTARS aircraft next year, take...

The US Air Force has authorized Air Combat Command and the Georgia Air National Guard to start divesting the E-8 JSTARS fleet...
KC-135 ABMS Link 16 test

KC-135 test flight showcases Link-16 resiliency for ABMS role

The KC-135 continues clearing hurdles on its path to become one of the critical nodes in the service's future Advanced Battle Management System.

USAF Advanced Battle Management System moving to next phase after meeting...

After 18 months of tests, the air force is pleased with the “internet of things” of the military that will collect and make sense of vast amounts of date.
US Air Force military internet of things

F-35B, F-22, XQ-58A share data for first time in US Air...

The test managed to share data for the first time between fifth-generation aircraft.

US Army, Air Force pooling respective “IoT” concepts for joint C2...

The initiative will combine the Army’s Project Convergence with the Air Force and Space Force’s ABMS.
C-17 deploying palletized mock JASSM missiles

US Air Force completes another arsenal plane concept test

A palletized munitions capability could enable various airlift aircraft to employ a range of weapons.
DARPA kill-web system illustration

DARPA tests cross-domain “kill webs” during ABMS evaluation

The technologies help commanders make quicker, better-informed decisions on the battlefield.

USAF tests laser weapon system for protection against UAS during ABMS

The Compact Laser Weapon System (CLWS) defended a force protection convoy against UAS while mounted on a small utility task vehicle.
ABMS test

US carries out its most complex Advanced Battle Management System test

During the test, operators used ABMS to counter attacks against the US homeland, including shooting down a cruise missile “surrogate” with a hypervelocity weapon.
F-22 and F-35 in formation

Northrop Grumman working on cross-platform comms for US Air Force

Northrop Grumman is working on developing and fielding a gatewayONE prototype that will enable translation and communication across platforms, as part of...

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