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US Marine Corps pilots fly a MV-22B Osprey during Exercise Trident Juncture near northern Norway, November 6, 2018.

Finland and Norway are telling airline pilots to be ready to fly without GPS, and some think Russia is up to something

Russia has invested heavily in electronic warfare, and reports of GPS interference in Europe have been attributed to Moscow.
Marine Corps field radio operators dismount a free space optic system from a tactical elevated antenna mass at Camp Hansen, Okinawa, August 17, 2018.

The Pentagon is worried about getting jammed by Russia and China, so it’s testing lasers to go off the grid

The Pentagon is worried about electronic warfare in a potential fight with a foe like Russia and China, and US personnel are looking for ways to take their communications off the grid and away from prying eyes and ears.
Capt. Peter Nilsen, commander of guided-missile cruiser USS Philippine Sea, oversees operations from the ship's bridge, June 14, 2017.

The US Navy’s top officer says defending against Russian jamming ‘is an emerging part of our business’

Russia's increasingly active naval forces are making more use of electronic-warfare activities at sea in an effort to disrupt US operations, according to Adm. John Richardson, the Navy's chief of operations.
Polish soldiers use an anti-aircraft cannon to simulate engaging enemy aircraft during a multinational exercise as part of Saber Strike 18 in Poland, June 14, 2018.

NATO troops on the front line with Russia are taking new steps to protect against electronic attacks

NATO forces in Eastern Europe are taking new steps to prepare for electronic warfare, a sign of the growing threat posed by cyberattacks amid heightened tensions between Russia and NATO.
Two EC-130 aircraft taxiing on the flightline at an undisclosed location in Southwest Asia, June 27, 2017.

General reveals that US aircraft are being ‘disabled’ in Syria — the ‘most aggressive’ electronic warfare environment on...

The commander of US Special Operations Command said that Syria has become "the most aggressive electronic warfare environment on the planet."
A New Jersey National Guard RQ-7 Shadow unmanned aerial vehicle launches during day two of Operation Morning Coffee, June 17, 2015

Russian military jamming in Syria is seriously affecting US drones

Russia has reportedly deployed electronic warfare equipment that is successfully jamming small US military surveillance drones.
Belarussian President Alexander Lukashenko awards Russian servicemen during the Zapad 2017 war games in Belarus, September 20, 2017.

Russia practiced electronic warfare on its own troops during a massive military exercise this year

"The amount of jamming of their own troops surprised me," Estonia's military-intelligence chief said. "It was at a level we haven’t seen."

The F-35 slaughtered the competition in its latest test

The latest performance at Red Flag proves that even a handful of F-35s can improve an entire squadron's performance.

The Marine Corps’ M1A1 Abrams tank could get a whole lot tougher

The Trophy system will be new to the Abrams, but similar systems are already in use on more advanced tanks, like Russia's T-14 Armata.

US extends $10 million contract for a missile that disables electronics

"Today we turned science fiction into science fact."