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China Crisis

Two recent reports evaluate China’s electronic warfare capabilities and their implication for Asia-Pacific security. The US Department of Defence’s (DOD) annual report to Congress on...

Mind The Gap

The French Air and Space Force will retire its two C-160G SIGINT planes next year. Will this cause a shortfall in strategic/operational SIGINT collection? Both...

German Bite

The German Navy looks set to purchase new vessels to support signals intelligence gathering. In late June Germany’s parliamentary defence committee cleared a planned acquisition...

Guardrail Goodbye

At fifty years old, the US Army’s Guardrail series of Signals Intelligence (SIGINT) aircraft are looking at a well-deserved retirement. The Guardrail concept employed a...
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Blockbuster

What was happening in Gaza City’s al-Jalaa Building during the latest upsurge in violence between the Israeli government and Hamas? Israel’s military says that it...

Hawks for the Heavens

HawkEye 360 plans to have its third cluster of RF sensing satellites operational by August. Sharing its name with the lovable Captain Benjamin ‘Hawkeye’ Pierce...
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Thy Fearful Symmetry

French electronic warfare modernisation takes another step forward for all three services with the procurement of the SYMMETRY SIGINT system. The news that the French...
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Closer to the EDGE

Elettronica is moving forward with the development of its EDGE airborne escort and stand-off jammer. There may be a global Covid-19 pandemic in full swing,...
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Thinking Together

The advent of the US Army’s TITAN command and control tool has positive implications for electromagnetic manoeuvre. On 19th January the US Army selected...
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The Dragon’s Senses

A new report sheds some important light on China’s operational and strategic airborne electronic warfare platforms. The People’s Liberation Army Air Force’s (PLAAF’s) Electronic...

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