DOD plans to spend at least $21B on EW development in next five years

By Rachel Cohen  
November 29, 2018 at 4:21 PM
Pentagon spending on electronic-warfare research and development is projected to exceed $5 billion in fiscal year 2019 and to remain above $4 billion through FY-23, as the military continues to assess what technologies it needs to control the electromagnetic spectrum. At the Association of Old Crows' annual conference in Washington this week, Bill Conley, the Defense Department's EW director for acquisition and sustainment, presented a chart breaking down how the Pentagon and service branches fund R&D efforts in that field...

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