Companies are poising themselves to compete for the Air Force's JSTARS initiative, a program to replace old aircraft surveillance systems with new radar and communications technology. The Air Force is creating requirements for the program, which "will inherently bring improvements in areas such as radar and onboard data processing speed, fuel efficiency and maximum cruising altitude across the range of expected military operations," said Lt. Col. Michael Harm, JSTARS recapitalization branch chief.

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