Report: Air Force Creates Flight Plan for Future ISR Ops

The U.S. Air Force aims to complete by spring a new intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance flight plan that will cover operations of the service branch’s future platforms and technologies such as artificial intelligence systems, C4ISRNET reported Thursday.

Lt. Gen. VeraLinn Jamieson, USAF’s deputy chief of staff for ISR, told C4ISRNET the plan will include five-year increments through 2035 and strategies to address future threats in the air, cyber and space domains.

The blueprint will also dictate hardware systems that the service branch must acquire to comply with future requirements for sensors and unmanned aerial systems, the report noted.

USAF also included software acquisition strategies in the plan.

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