The ongoing war in Ukraine has demonstrated the critical importance of tactical connectivity, particularly when operating against competent adversaries who can jam and disrupt communications, including Global Positioning System (GPS) signals.
Enduring performance: light attack aircraft in close air support (video)
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European militaries are looking to the future of close air support (CAS). Light attack aircraft could be a low-cost, versatile option.
Such aircraft provide firepower, surveillance and training support, using less fuel than advanced fighters.
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