Information-age attacks, like improvised explosive devices detonated by cellphones, radios and garage door openers, have claimed more lives than any other type. And there are high-tech benefits that must be managed, including friend-or-foe tracking devices and surveillance drones that beam video straight to troops in battle.Army Developing Teams for Electronic Warfare - NYTimes.com
In response, the Army is developing its own electronic warfare teams. The initial goal is to train more than 1,600 people from enlisted ranks through the officer corps by 2013, and to double that in the following years, giving the Army enough of these specialists to rival its sister services and surpass all of the NATO allies combined.
Sunday, March 8, 2009
Army Developing Teams for Electronic Warfare - NYTimes.com
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