BERLIN–Germany is looking pursue the development of an airborne electronic attack (AEA) capability to meet a standing NATO commitment. Berlin wants to be able to provide standoff, escort and stand-in jamming capabilities, which would be virtually unique in Europe, by an unspecified date in the mid-to-late 2020s. The requirement comes from a 2018 Luftwaffe concept calling for the air arm to be able to engage enemies operating behind an anti-access, area-denial umbrella of capable ...

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