The Air Force’s JSTARS alternative has a new architect. Wait, what’s an architect?


WASHINGTON — The Air Force has found an architect to run its uber-complicated Advanced Battle Management System program, which will replace JSTARS ground surveillance planes with a network of existing and new air and space-based sensors.

Will Roper, the service’s top acquisition official, isn’t willing just yet to say who will be coming onboard in March to oversee the program. But he believes that the program will be able to sprint forward after the new official begins work, he told reporters during a Feb. 6 roundtable.

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