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Measuring progress on the Army’s electronic warfare renaissance
« on: September 05, 2019, 07:55:16 AM »
Measuring progress on the Army’s electronic warfare renaissance
By: Mark Pomerleau  


Army leaders say they are making progress in rebuilding the service’s electronic warfare capabilities through its ranks and its equipment.

Following the conclusion of the Cold War, the service divested the majority of its electronic warfare tools. Since then, much of the electronic warfare equipment has lacked the sophistication needed to compete against peer threats. Instead it has been designed to combat improvised explosive devices used by insurgent groups in the Middle East.

But that’s changed in recent years.

https://www.c4isrnet.com/electronic-warfare/2019/09/04/measuring-progress-on-the-armys-electronic-warfare-renaissance/
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