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Radioflash! Episode 12: Space to Think

The importance of space as a domain of warfare is deepening. Since the dawn of the space age in the 1950s, militaries have exploited...
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Radioflash! Episode-8: Israel, Hamas and the Electromagnetic Spectrum

In this episode of Radioflash! we explore how the war between Israel and Hamas could unfold in the electromagnetic spectrum. On 7th October, the Palestinian...
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Radioflash! Episode 11: V-Bombers and Soviet Air Defence

One of the Cold War’s great ‘what ifs?’ was whether the United Kingdom’s V-Bomber nuclear deterrent force would have been able to reach and...
US Army M777A2 155mm howitzer

Radioflash! Episode 2: A Work of Fiction

FICINT is a useful tool to help us imagine how the future may unfold. It is particularly apt for those working in the electromagnetic...
Titan-II rocket

Electronic Warfare Podcast 24: FARRAH in the Falklands

A recent article contained a startling revelation that US FARRAH satellites provided SIGINT to British forces during the Falklands War. Taking its name from...

Electronic Warfare Podcast 19: Finger on the Pulse

The dangers of the electromagnetic pulse are back on the agenda, fortunately, technology is helping to mitigate this threat. Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in...
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Electronic Warfare Podcast 15: Concept Album

The concept of operations philosophy is migrating to the world of defence system research, design and development. Traditionally the Concept of Operations (CONOPS) approach is...

Electronic Warfare Podcast 17: Chinese Whispers

Chinese electronic warfare is an enigmatic subject. Important new research sheds light on how the People’s Liberation Army’s land forces see EW. Sam Cranny-Evans is...

Radioflash! Episode-7: Superiority Complex

It is a truism of military theory that the road to victory is harder for the side which does not win and sustain air...
USAF EW personnel

Electronic Warfare Podcast 25: General Practitioners

As the electromagnetic spectrum becomes more congested and contested so the EW practitioner’s work increases. Human factors play a key role in Electronic Warfare...

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