Not too long ago, some very enterprising people asked themselves a question: If almost anyone can access spacecraft-delivered, high-quality images, and accurate geolocation of most places on Earth for a fee, why not add RF signals to the mix? The answer, as it turns out, is that this is not just an interesting idea but a potentially lucrative market.
Browsing: From the JED Archives
Space is without question a critical operational domain for US military forces and one in which superior military capabilities and operational dominance must be assured.
Electronic warfare (EW) – as both a science and a military art – has been an ever-present consideration for the NATO alliance in the 72 years since its establishment.
In the soon-to-come October 2023 issue of JED, editor John Knowles references this JED archives story from September 2010 by then Lt. Col. Jeffrey H. Fischer.
In this JED archives story from July 2020, Richard Scott discusses the long-term evolution of Eurofighters.
In this article, David C. Stoudt, Ph.D., discusses directed energy in the DE101 column of the April 2020 issue of JED. At the time, directed energy was a fairly new weapon. JEDonline will continue to release primer articles about this relatively new form of weaponry in the coming weeks.
In this article from the December 2020 issue of JED, Richard Scott dives into the Kremlin’s investments in advanced kinetic capabilities – notably hypersonic missiles, new strategic weapons, a nuclear-powered cruise missile, nuclear-armed torpedoes and laser weapons.