The Pentagon is standing up a congressionally mandated, cross-functional team to address electronic warfare gaps throughout the military services.
The U.S. Marine Corps’ last squadron of Northrop Grumman EA-6B airborne jammers has completed its final deployment and entered a yearlong deactivation process.
A look at some of the Pentagon and industry’s directed-energy efforts.
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Development programs or off-the-shelf acquisition are possible for Japanese requirements for electronic warfare aircraft.
Israeli companies have miniaturized combat aircraft technologies to protect the Israeli Air Force’s growing fleets of UAS.
As an essential part of modern warfare, Signal Intelligence (SIGINT) has become a critical element of intelligence collection, understanding of enemy intentions, and assessment of battle positions and capabilities.
High-energy laser tech has matured, with development shifting to tackling challenges of integrating electric lasers onto combat platforms and deploying them.