EW EFFORTS:The U.S. Air Force is actively involved in the Navy-led large-scale Electronic Warfare (EW) Analysis of Alternatives (AOA) currently underway, says Maj. Gen. John Baker, Assistant Deputy Chief of Staff for Air and Space Operations. The study is to determine the EW needs and capabilities of the U.S. military about five to 10 years out. The Air Force is involved because the service relies heavily on the Navy's aging EA-6B Prowler as an airborne jammer for force protection. The final ...

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