Until recently, Israeli companies were developing the most advanced electronic warfare (EW) systems for combat aircraft and helicopters. Now, as unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) take over more missions from the Israeli Air Force’s manned platforms, companies are turning their attention to the “little brothers” of these combat-proven systems. In the past, the sense was that UAS did not need protection because they are not manned and are relatively cheap. “But that has ...

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