SOUTHCOM's unfunded wish list includes $40.2M for Army ISR operations

By Jaspreet Gill / June 8, 2021 at 4:45 PM
U.S. Southern Command, in its fiscal year 2022 unfunded priorities list, is asking for $40.2 million to fund Army intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance capabilities, according to a memo obtained by Inside Defense . SOUTHCOM is asking for $18 million for overland airborne ISR operations, which includes three aircraft. Two of the aircraft use "multiple intelligence disciplines" to collect data, while the third aircraft specializes in foliage penetration sensor capabilities to collect data through jungle canopy, according to the unfunded priorities...

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