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Airborne Electronic Attack: Achieving Mission Objectives Depends on Overcoming Acquisition Challenges
Michael J. Sullivan (au)
Airborne electronic attack involves the use of aircraft to neutralize, destroy, or suppress enemy air defense and communications systems. Proliferation of sophisticated air defenses and advanced commercial electronic devices has contributed to the accelerated appearance of new weapons designed to counter U.S. airborne electronic attack capabilities. This report assessed (1) the Department of Defenseńˇ╗s (DOD) strategy for acquiring airborne electronic attack capabilities; (2) progress made in developing and fielding systems to meet airborne electronic attack mission requirements; and (3) additional actions taken to address capability gaps. Includes recommendations. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand reportl.
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