February 22, 2020

Getting the services on the same wavelength about electronic warfare

Featuring Will Mackenzie

Source: C4ISRNET

Journalist Mark Pomerleau

The Pentagon is expected to spend $47 billion over the next five years to modernize its electronic warfare systems. Without this funding, experts say that the U.S. military, already trailing Russia and China in some areas, would struggle on a future battlefield.

But several experts and government personnel now insist the Department of Defense needs a top-down vision to the services that would help guide operations, investments and capabilities within the electromagnetic spectrum.

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Authors

  • Will Mackenzie

    Research Associate, Defense Program

    Will Mackenzie is a Research Associate in the Defense Program at the Center for a New American Security (CNAS). He has a BA in International Affairs from American University a...