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US Army programme blends cyber with traditional EW

3rd May 2020 - 13:00 GMT | by Gerrard Cowan in Belfast

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Lockheed Martin is set to expand its work on the US Army’s Multi-Function Electronic Warfare Air Large (MFEW-AL) programme, with the aim of combining EW and offensive cyber capabilities in a single platform. 

MFEW-AL is a podded system designed for use in Group 4 UAS, along with other airborne platforms.

It represents ‘the first airborne opportunity for the army to combine the extensive capabilities that exist and are being developed in the cyber domain, with the more traditional capabilities in the classical EW domain’, said John Wojnar, director of cyber/EW convergence strategy at Lockheed Martin. 

The pod combines the types …

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