tactical air reconnaissance


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tactical air reconnaissance

[′tak·tə·kəl ′er ri‚kän·ə·səns]
(aerospace engineering)
The use of air vehicles to obtain information concerning terrain, weather, and the disposition, composition, movement, installations, lines of communications, and electronic and communication emissions of enemy forces.

tactical air reconnaissance

The use of air vehicles to obtain information concerning the terrain, the weather, and the disposition, composition, movement, installations, lines of communications, and electronic and communication emissions of enemy forces.
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The US Air National Guard has acquired 20 Tactical Air Reconnaissance System (TARS) pods for its F-160s, providing a real-time reconnaissance capability.
Lockheed Martin Fairchild Systems (Syosset, NY) recently received its fourth and final contract to produce five additional AN/ASD-10(V) Advanced Tactical Air Reconnaissance Systems (ATARS) for the US Marine Corps.
Interestingly, the Navy plans to use Advanced Tactical Air Reconnaissance System (ATARS) data as part of its JSIPS mix, according to a source at E-Systems.
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