Another piece of the Pentagon formula for electronic attack is falling into place as the U.S. Air Force gets back into the tactical jamming world and the Navy begins to phase out its expeditionary EA-6B squadrons. The Air Force is planning an Oct. 11 selection of the contractor to lead development of B-52 modifications that would make it capable of long-range electronic jamming and the management of a large number of electronic attack weapons distributed across the battlefield in other ...

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