When will the government get the ball rolling on the NexGen system?

The NexGen technology is a new system that’s been used to track drones and aircraft in the U.S. since 2012.

The system was first unveiled at DARPA in 2015, but it has never been fully rolled out.

Now, however, it looks like we can expect to see some NexGen-related technology rolled out to the military.

The Pentagon is planning to use the Nexgen system for aerial surveillance and surveillance-related missions.

The Defense Department has announced that the NexGIS system will be deployed on the UAVs of the Air Force.

The NexGis system will allow the Air Corps to track ground-based targets, and will help provide accurate aerial surveillance in all weather conditions.

The Air Force has said that the Air Corp can use NexGIs to track and identify targets that would otherwise be impossible to see.

It will also be used by the Navy, Army, Marine Corps, and Air Force Reserves.

The Navy is expected to use NexGen for aerial search and rescue missions.

And the Marine Corps is using NexGen to track enemy air defenses.

The Defense Department is also using the Nexgis system for drone surveillance, although the Pentagon is not currently testing the technology for that purpose.

The Air Force is also working on its own NexGID system, and the Marine Air Systems Command has been using it for surveillance.

The Marine Corps has been testing the NexID system for use in the drone program, but is not yet ready to begin use.

The Naval Air Systems Center is working on the Naval Air Tracking System for use on small, high-speed, long-range drones.

The FAA is also developing an integrated ground-and-air radar system for the Navy.

And finally, the Air Guard is developing an augmented reality and 360-degree digital imagery system for both surveillance and aerial reconnaissance missions.

The new system will also enable the Airforce to track the movements of U..

S.-bound drones on the ground.

The NexGen is designed to track up to 20 drones, according to the Defense Department.

It uses the radar sensors of the UUVX and UUVZ drones.

According to the Airman’s Digital Service, NexGen can also track helicopters and other aircraft, including U. S. Navy C-130 cargo planes.

The drone can also be mounted on a special-purpose, rotary winged aircraft.

It’s not clear when the Air Forces will begin using NexGIDs, but the Air Defense Command is working to integrate the system into the existing drone surveillance and air control system.

The Pentagon is also exploring using the system for drones that are used for surveillance or aerial reconnaissance, but haven’t been flown by the military yet.

The idea is to have the AirForce use NexGs as a part of the system, but with a pilot on board.