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- n. military action involving the use of electromagnetic energy to determine or exploit or reduce or prevent hostile use of the electromagnetic spectrum
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Preaskorn and Allan K. Click, pilots; M.jor David E. Snodgrass, radar navigator; 1st Lieutenant Richard T. Gindhart, navigator; Captain James M. T.nnesz, electronic warfare operator; and T.chnical Sergeant Noah L. "Skip"
James Stover, CEO for Eaton following De Windt, asked Neil to join and chair a newly formed board of directors for their AIL Systems subsidiary located in Deer Park, New York, which made electronic warfare equipment including defensive avionics systems for the B-1 bomber, tactical jamming systems, battlefield surveillance radar, laser guidance for missiles, and advanced microwave receivers.
Captain Mitch Namendorf, electronic warfare operator; and Technical Sergeant Dan Danish, gunner.
First Lieutenant Michael J. Connor, electronic warfare officer;
However, during the next decade the U.S. Navy took three B-47Es from storage and, with contractor flight crews, operated them as EB-47Es in support of missile and electronic warfare development programs.
Jenny leaned back in the electronic warfare officer's seat and tried to close her eyes, but the temptation to look out the window was too much.