Army delivering electronic warfare systems to units in Europe

By Courtney McBride / February 14, 2018 at 9:10 AM
Three Army units in Europe are receiving a set of interim electronic warfare capabilities designed to counter near-peer adversaries, with further updates to come next year. Rapid Capabilities Office Director Doug Wiltsie told Inside the Army in a Feb. 9 interview the systems provide soldiers "another tool in the toolkit to take on near-peer competitors -- both to understand the environment they're in, and then provide protection when they need it." The 2nd Cavalry Regiment, the 173rd Airborne Brigade and...

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