Boeing Continues to Question F-35's EW Prowess


Amy Butler is at the Sea Air Space Conference. She sent in this briefing from Boeing given today:

The Emerging Battlespace of Joint Warfare

Amy writes:

Boeing is once again putting pressure on F-35 supporters to answer claims that its own electronic warfare capabilities lag far behind those of the E/A-18G Growler. Boeing is arguing that as many as 50-100 Growlers will be needed over the Navy's requirement in order to address the emerging electronic battlefield.

Read Amy's previous reporting on this topic:

Growler Advocates Outline Stealth Vulnerabilities

Super Hornet Plans Hinge On 2015 Budget Request (Subscribers)

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