JSTAR

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These key enablers were provided principally by AWACs and JSTARs, which contributed to the common operating picture that extended from the AOC to our tactical aircraft.
I believe as he does that among the software engineers, educators, and students that will take advantage of all the JSTAR lab has to offer, we will find the next astronauts and exploration mission specialists to reach the stars and beyond from West Virginia.
The Air Force-Army JSTARS E-8C carries a radar that provides intelligence on the movement of ground forces, plus a battle management system.
B] have teamed with Lockheed Martin[NYSE: LMT] to deliver a low-risk, affordable solution for the United States Air Force's JSTARS Recapitalization program.
During the wing's 2002 flying mission conversion, he was instrumental in the stand-up of the Air Force's first Total Force Integration (the 116th Air Control Wing), subsequently earning a second rating as an E-8C JSTARS Air Battle Manager and flying an additional 300 combat hours in support of Operations Iraqi and Enduring Freedom.
During the WFX, we used our GEOINT Soldiers to operate our imagery workstations as well as monitor JSTARS (Joint Surveillance Target Acquisition Radar System) and the UAS (Unmanned Aircraft System) work stations.
This means that JSTARS aircrew in simulators at the Distributed Mission Operations Center at Kirtland Air Force Base, New Mexico, are participating by providing ground surveillance to support attack operations and targeting the red enemy forces who are actually driving vehicles across the ranges north of Las Vegas.
For Odyssey Dawn/Unified Protector, JSTARS was initially tasked to support operations in Libya as an ISR asset but quickly filled operational-level C2 voids by chance rather than design (see "Command and Control in Africa" by Maj Damon Matlock, Maj Jonathan Gaustad, Maj Jason Scott, and Capt Danielle Bales).
He also displayed JSTARS ground and aircrew mock-ups in the program office; and at "All Hands" and staff meetings communicated creative analogies to war.
A JSTARS crew deftly handled an engine that exceeded its oil pressure limitations.