The capability gap between
the US Air Force and near-peer nations has implications for the global military
balance as well as conflicts USAF could find itself fighting in the near
future, service leaders told Congress on Friday.
Testers from Nellis AFB,
Nev., and Edwards AFB, Calif., teamed up earlier this month for HH-60G Pave
Hawk door-gun live-fire testing at Edwards' gun harmonizing range.
Demand for intelligence,
surveillance, and reconnaissance is driving the Air Force to move money into
the mission from other areas, in an effort to keep up with increasing requests
from combatant commanders, service leaders said Feb.
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