When the JLENS air surveillance blimp cut loose from its moorings in Maryland and crashed in central Pennsylvania last fall, it raised serious questions about the future of the $2.7 billion program.
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While many privacy activists have their sights set on military drones and internet-based surveillance programs, the Army is set to begin testing a system capable of monitoring airspace for 340 miles in every direction.
Well, no wonder defense contractors aren't faring too badly during sequestration, when they've got ideas like this.
Gigantic blimps. Over Washingto...
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