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Electronic warfare development targeted for funding increase in FY-18

June 14, 2017 |
Courtney McBride
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The Army intends to ramp up its spending on development of electronic warfare capabilities in fiscal year 2018, according to budget justification documents. The service would spend $71.7 million from its research, development, test and evaluation account on engineering and manufacturing development for tactical EW, divided among the Electronic Warfare Planning and Management Tool ($33.1 million), Multi-Function Electronic Warfare ($24.3 million), Radio Frequency Interference Mitigation ($4.5 million) and Integrated Electronic Warfare Systems ($9.8 million). Overall RDT&E spending on tactical EW...

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