The next time U.S. bombers are called into action against a major regional power, their open salvo of cruise missiles might include a new breed of microwave-energy weapon designed to systematically fry electronic devices such as computers, radars and radios. Unlike the powerful “E-Bombs” that were used to electrically disable targets during the invasion of Iraq in 2003 and other types electromagnetic pulse weapons, these cruise missiles will travel at low altitudes along a ...

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