May 2010 • Volume 33, Issue 5
The Monitor 15 US Army Releases CIRCM Draft RFP.
The Journal of Electronic Defense | May 2010
Protecting Low-Cost and Non-Traditional Platforms
Barry Manz and Elaine Richardson
Washington Report 26 EW Task Force Report Due Soon. World Report 28 Australia Selects EW for Destroyers.
Current operations have exposed the need for more EW capabilities distributed across the battlespace. Could this be the beginning of a trend toward inexpensive, easy-to-integrate EW solutions for small platforms? Technology Survey: Missile Warning Systems
JED’s first look at Missile Warning Systems since 2008 features systems from 11 manufacturers worldwide.
Though Europe has continued to invest in EW, countries have been forced to balance conventional EW needs with the demands of irregular warfare operations in Iraq and Afghanistan. JED takes a comprehensive look at the state of Europe’s EW programs. The Future for Airborne Expendables
6 8 12 68 69 72 74 77 77 The View From Here Calendar From the President New Products EW 101 Book Review AOC News JED Sales Offices Index of Advertisers JED Quick Look
For the aircrews flying in Iraq and Afghanistan, flares have proven their value as an effective and affordable countermeasure. So what happens to the industrial base when the shooting stops?
Cover photos courtesy Brian Burnell, Eurocopter, Eurofighter, Rheinmetall and Saab.
Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of JED - May 2010