ALEXANDRIA, Va. — The U.S. Army is spinning up its ability to perform aerial electronic attack (EA) and general electronic warfare (EW) missions, even in the face of budget turmoil, says Army Col. Jim Ekvall, the chief of the service’s EW division. “We need the ability to do aerial EW and electronic attack,” Ekvall said March 19 during the Electronic Warfare Summit hosted by the Institute for Defense and Government Advancement. The Army needs “a quick-reaction capability” to do such ...


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