New report calls for modernized aerial refueling ground architecture, C3 capabilities

By Courtney Albon / November 15, 2021 at 1:54 PM
A new report from the Hudson Institute proposes that as the Defense Department seeks to modernize its aerial refueling architecture to meet growing demands and posture for future conflicts in China and Russia, it should broaden its investment to not only include the aerial tanker force, but also ground infrastructure and command, control and communication capabilities. The report, released today , suggests DOD’s ground infrastructure is in the greatest need of improvement and advocates for a more distributed architecture, better...

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