Latest "electronic-warfare" stories
Meanwhile, the Army is gearing up for a first user assessment for its Stryker-based Maneuver-Short Range Air Defense system in Germany.
The Army is focusing its efforts on a robotic combat vehicle that isn't too small and isn't too large, but just right to keep up with heavy forces.
TLS-BCT is designed to provide smaller Army formations a means to understand their surroundings and disrupt networks and advanced electronics.
Most weapons systems---radios, ships, tanks, airplanes, drones, satellites, and rockets---depend on the electromagnetic spectrum to operate.
By Maj. Gen. Jeth Rey