Military & Aerospace Electronics launches quarterly e-newsletter focused on electronic warfare (EW)

THE MIL & AERO BLOG, 28 Oct. 2014. Electronic warfare is one of today's most pressing priorities of the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD). Properly done, electronic warfare -- or just EW for short -- can ensure that crucial U.S. and allied communications go through, and can deny this capability to hostile forces.

After big defense cuts, what lies ahead?
After big defense cuts, what lies ahead?
Mae Ew HeaderTHE MIL & AERO BLOG, 28 Oct. 2014.Electronic warfare is one of today's most pressing priorities of the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD). Properly done, electronic warfare -- or just EW for short -- can ensure that crucial U.S. and allied communications go through, and can deny this capability to hostile forces.

Still, EW technologies are evolving quickly, and represent important components of what is coming to be known as spectrum warfare -- a combination of EW, optical warfare, and cyber warfare.

EW is a classic force-multiplier and is one of the few technology areas today in which the DOD budget is growing. EW capabilities are necessary on land, at sea, and in the air, and the military services have several major procurements in progress to bolster U.S. and allied capabilities.

It is for these reasons that Military & Aerospace Electronics this month is launching a quarterly Electronic Warfare Report e-newsletter for qualified subscribers.

The Electronic Warfare quarterly is a digest of the most important contracts, procurement opportunities, business developments, design-in case studies, budget prospects, news, and opinion related to military electronic warfare.

To subscribe to the quarter Electronic Warfare report e-newsletter from Military & Aerospace Electronics, go online to www.militaryaerospace.com/newsletter and click on the fifth Yes box down just below the Electronic Warfare e-newsletter description.

With this important periodic email digest, you'll be up to date on the most important developments in electronic warfare.

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