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electronic-warfare

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  • Sizing up China's electronic-warfare capabilities is more difficult.

    China Takes Aim at U.S. Naval Might

  • The job could probably be performed with just one American ship—the aircraft carrier USS Enterprise, now in the Red Sea, which has 34 F/A-18F Super Hornets and 10 F/A-18C Hornets along with a full complement of electronic-warfare aircraft.

    It's Not Too Late to Save Libya

  • The company also blamed the weak performance of its aerospace operations on falling revenue from airline business, further delays in Boeing Co. 's 787 Dreamliner program, cost overruns on several avionics software developments and increased costs for a naval electronic-warfare program.

    Thales Reports Loss for Last Year

  • A U.S. Air Force "strike package" often consists of four waves of specialized aircraft: a combat air patrol to clear a corridor of enemy aircraft; a second wave to suppress enemy antiaircraft systems; a third wave of electronic-warfare aircraft, refueling tankers, and radar aircraft; and, finally, the strikers themselves — planes with bombs.

    Soldiers of Fortune

  • A former member of the Terran Navy's elite force, the Dead Jokers, electronic-warfare pilots with a mortality rate to match that of old Japan's Kamikazes, Alex is a born survivor.

    Liviu's Anticipated Novels of 2010 - collated post to be referred to and updated frequently as books come

  • After the Boom MOSHAV MAZOR, Israel -- Groomed in a secretive electronic-warfare unit in the Israeli army, Motti Avrahami went on to become a top executive at a software firm here in Israel's high-tech belt.

    Dark Days in Israel's Tech Sector Drive Rising Executive to the Exit

  • Last week Taiwan's Defense Minister Tang Fei warned that China's electronic-warfare capabilities would surpass Taiwan's if Beijing continues to develop spy satellites and military communications at the current pace.

    Defending Taiwan

  • MegafortressYou're at the controls of a bomb-laden B-52, packed with enough doodads and navigation, electronic-warfare and radar screens to keep the most jaded game veteran jumpy for hours.

    Playing Games With Computers

  • One of the models Israel is interested in has a laser-guided system, and the other is protected from electronic-warfare systems and jamming.

    BushCo Still Wants to Attack Iran - Weapons Industry Cheers

  • Loaded with classified tactical electronic-warfare systems and weaponry able to detect, track, and attack enemy aircraft at distances beyond visual range and down to treetop level, the radar is able to automatically home in on enemy aircraft and project this information onto a heads-up display.

    Touching History

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