2,500 U.S. military analysts to increase intelligence-gathering capabilities to enhance the air
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WASHINGTON, July 6 (Xinhua reporter Wang Wei Yang, Riverside) U.S. Air Force said Sunday as the ability to strengthen the U.S. intelligence-gathering part of the air, U.S. Air Force is developing a new system of air video of intelligence gathering, and for this purpose an additional 2500 intelligence analyst positions.
U.S. Air Force said in a statement, called the “Banshee gaze,” the new system early next year trial run. It will be installed in unmanned aircraft can be collected about 6.47 square kilometers within the video screen. This new system can be returned from 12 different angles of the screen, and the current U.S. military reconnaissance unmanned aircraft system that returns only a point of view of the screen.
Thanks to this new system, a great amount of data sent back to the U.S. Air Force will add 2,500 analysts, specialized in analysis of the information it returns in order to analyze the results quickly back to the front-line troops.
U.S. intelligence gathering in recent years increasingly focused on the air. In the development of new technologies related to the same time, the U.S. military has greatly increased in Iraq and Afghanistan, unmanned aircraft for intelligence gathering out the number of times.