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Electronic Warfare Specialist jobs available on Apply to Technical Specialist, Electronics Technician, Pilot and more! Turn the lights out on your enemy. Operate unimpeded in the modern threat environment. To do that, you need to control the electromagnetic spectrum. Electronic warfare uses focused energy, usually radio waves or laser light, to confuse or disable an enemy's electronics. It can also involve listening —collecting an enemy's radio signals or. Electronic Warfare (EW) represents the ability to use the electromagnetic spectrum—signals such as radio, infrared or radar—to sense, protect, and communicate. At the same time, it can be used to deny adversaries the ability to either disrupt or use these signals. The key to success lies not only in the capability of the systems we provide. Electronic warfare systems specialist by Wendell L Newton; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Electronics in military engineering, Handbooks, manuals, United States, United States. Air Force.
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