Runaway Surveillance Blimp Deflates Raytheon’s Hopes To Sell More

The giant airship — 80 yards long and about the size of three Goodyear blimps — was one of a pair that represented the last gasp of an 18-year, $2.7 billion program called JLENS or “Joint Land Attack Cruise Missile Defense Elevated Netted Sensor System.” Continue reading

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