The U.S. Army plans to issue a request for proposals by the end of 2013 for a battle management and planning tool for electronic warfare (EW). The service will be seeking plans or initial operational capability in fiscal 2015 for a software-and-equipment package that will provide the proper tools for EW battle management and planning, says Col. Jim Ekvall, Army EW Div. chief. Developing that type of tool and accompanying EW training is vital for future Army success, he notes. “What we really ...
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