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Dutch-Army-TPz-Fuchs-1-EW-Vehicle-(Rheinmetall)

Bushmaster Electronic Warfare Vehicles for Dutch Army

In early July, the Dutch Army took delivery of its first new Bushmaster electronic warfare vehicle, paving the way for the possible retirement of...
MFEW-AS

Small System, Big Difference

The US Army’s MFEW-AS electronic warfare system for Class-3 UAVs promises an enhancement to the electromagnetic capabilities of its Brigade Combat Teams. The Multi-Function Electronic...
TEWS-(General-Dynamics)

US Army Beefs Up Electronic Warfare Posture in the Pacific

Plans are afoot to strengthen the US Army’s electronic warfare posture in the Pacific to disrupt People’s Liberation Army communications during any future conflict. Recent...
RAF-Spadeadam-(USAF)

Home on the Range

The Royal Air Force’s RAF Spadeadam electronic warfare training range gets a new commander. “I wandered lonely as a cloud, that floats on high o’er...
AIR-F-35A-(USAF)

Suppression Aggression

US Air Force air defence suppression capabilities are being enhanced via the F-35. The US Air Force is on course to receive a new...
Operations-Galwan-Valley-(Hawkeye-360)

Death Valley

A contretemps embroiling two of Asia’s biggest actors sheds light on commercial space-based RF collection and analysis. A six-hour skirmish on 15th June involving the...
NEWS-Type

News about NEWS

The Nikkei Asian Review reported on 29 June that the Japan Ground Self-Defence Force (JGDSF) will active a new electronic warfare unit near the...
Pantsir-(Dimity-Fomin)

We need to talk about Pantsir

How has electronic warfare made Russia's Pantsir air defence system so vulnerable? KBP’s Pantsir (NATO reporting name SA-22 Greyhound) series short-range air defence system was...
E-7A-Wedgetail

Electronic Warfare for RAF Wedgetails

Leonardo plans to certify electronic warfare equipment for the Royal Air Force’s (RAF) new E-7 Wedgetail AEW.1 airborne early warning aircraft by 2022. Defensive...
LAND-USMC-EW

New Tools for New Threats

The US Marine Corps is reorienting its focus to near-peer rivalries in the Asia-Pacific. Its electronic warfare capabilities will need to follow suit. Published this...

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