ISR

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Preparing Air Force’s ISREW Airmen – Paul Hay

  The Air Force's exploitation of its suite of advanced capabilities will hinge on a highly-skilled and agile workforce. In this post, Wing Commander Paul Hay argues that non-commissioned personnel will provide the majority of the needed breadth and depth, and that optimising this workforce to meet future demands requires a different approach to training [...]

By |May 5th, 2017|Air Force, Capability Development|0 Comments

Are we missing out on valuable ISR opportunities? – Paul Hay

  In a future networked force, can we afford to have single-mission platforms? Wing Commander Paul Hay makes the case for air mobility assets to be equipped with additional sensors, in order to optimise every asset and provide airborne intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) and communications capability across the operating environment.  The acquisition of a suite [...]

Looking beyond conflict: Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance in Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief – Alexandra McCubbin

The demand for airborne intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) assets has grown exponentially in recent years, as commanders recognise the central role of ISR in force protection, situational awareness and decision-making. One area in which ISR can play a vital role – but which has received relatively little attention – is that of humanitarian assistance [...]

By |November 8th, 2016|Capability Development|Comments Off on Looking beyond conflict: Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance in Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief – Alexandra McCubbin