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Tests find that the Pentagon's radar blimps can't track 'some high priority targets'

Tests find that the Pentagon's radar blimps can't track 'some high priority targets'

In the latest sign of trouble with the Army's radar-carrying JLENS blimps, tests have found that the system had trouble conveying accurate, timely information about potential airborne threats, according to a new report by the Pentagon's testing arm.

The problem "could result in some high priority radar targets not being processed and tracked," the report says.

The JLENS system is designed to protect the U.S. homeland and American troops in the field by providing early detection of cruise missiles, drones and other low-flying threats. The system,

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