Platform vulnerabilities remain despite years of self-protection upgrades
There is mounting concern in the electronic warfare community that as overseas operations start to wind down, efforts to fund vital self-protection programs could be jeopardized. The conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan allowed many electronic warfare (EW) programs to thrive during the past decade following a period of neglect. But the tide may start to turn again soon. In the U.S., a first test is expected to be the budget battles unfolding in the coming weeks. In Europe, the ...
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