Contents: (1) Electronic Warfare Overview; (2) Electronic Warfare in Full Spectrum Operations; (3) Electronic Warfare Organization; (4) Electronic Warfare and the Operations Process; (5) Coordination, Deconfliction, and Synchronization; (6) Integration with Joint and Multinational Operations; (7) Electronic Warfare Capabilities; Appendix A: The Electromagnetic Environment; Appendix B: Electronic Warfare Input to Operation Plans and Orders; Appendix C: Electronic Warfare Running Estimate; Appendix D: Electronic Warfare-Related Reports and Messages; Appendix E: Army and Joint Electronic Warfare Capabilities; Appendix F: Tools and Resources Related to Electronic Warfare; Glossary; References; Index. Illustrations.5-2. The EW officer and members of the EW working group continuously monitor several key areas. These include EW coordination across organizations (higher, lower, and adjacent units), support request coordination, electromagnetic spectrum management, EW asset management, functional coordination ... Normally, EW personnel on watch in the operations center monitor and coordinate activities ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||Electronic Warfare in Operations|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 2009-12|