electronic warfare

July 2008
By Rita Boland

 
Josh Williamson analyzes C-5 flight data in support of the growing C-5 workload for the 402nd Software Maintenance Group. A new facility is solidifying Warner Robins Air Logistics Center as the electronic warfare center of excellence for the U.S. Air Force and the U.S. Defense Department.
Personnel and programs will be less stovepiped as support for key military programs improves.

July 2008
By Robert K. Ackerman

 
A car bomb explodes in Iraq. The battle against improvised explosive devices (IEDs) is fought on a shifting technological landscape as terrorists continuously change their ways to try to stay a step ahead of allied countermeasures.
No one-size-fits-all solution will stop terrorist bombers.

September 2000
By Clarence A. Robinson, Jr.

Decades of expertise in missiles and avionics gives Italy an eye on the future.

A state-owned company’s heavy investment in research and development is paying off for Italy’s military and in the international export market. This research powerhouse is providing advances in radar, electro-optic, infrared and cryogenic technologies harnessed in a variety of weapons fire control systems.

December 2001
By Henry S. Kenyon

Distributed battlefield countermeasures tool enhances U.S. spectrum dominance.

An innovative research program may provide future warfighters with a flexible, highly accurate tactical jamming and signals intelligence system. Researchers are designing lightweight devices that can be seeded across a battlefield. Once in place, they will function individually or in concert to selectively detect, study and counter enemy communications networks and radar systems.

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