STRATCOM officials: DOD faces operational capability gaps in EMS dominance

By Jordana Mishory / November 29, 2016 at 4:26 PM
The Pentagon is facing a set of capability gaps in its aim to ensure dominance in the electromagnetic spectrum, according to officials overseeing the efforts. Speaking at an Association of Old Crows event Tuesday in Washington, Brig. Gen. Edward Sauley, the deputy director of operations for Joint Electromagnetic Spectrum Operations, said the Pentagon is facing three operational capability gaps: electromagnetic battle management, modeling and simulation, and training. "Our future need to be able to sense what is going on in...

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