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AOC 2018: Next Generation Jammer-Low Band eyes new ground target sets

26th November 2018 - 12:00 GMT | by Jason Sherman in New York

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The US Navy’s new multi-billion dollar airborne electronic warfare programme - the Next Generation Jammer-Low Band - will give the US military the ability to target ground forces and disrupt the sort of innovative and effective tactics Russia employed in 2014 with devastating effect against Ukrainian forces, according a defence analyst. 

Brad Curran, electronic warfare expert at the research and consulting firm Frost & Sullivan, said the NGJ-Low Band programme, which the navy launched last month, aims to give the EA-18G Growler ability to do much more than of enemy air defences.

‘Seeing how effective Russian electronic warfare information operations

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Jason Sherman is a US-based journalist. Since 1994, he has covered the Pentagon, defence industry, …

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