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U.S. Air Force to wrap up electronic warfare study by January

“Big changes to the Air Force’s electronic warfare capabilities may be coming in 2019. The service’s yearlong EW study is drawing to a close, with a final report expected in mid-January, Gen. Stephen Wilson, the Air Force’s vice chief of staff, told reporters Wednesday. ‘We’re about two months away from having the results of that,’ he said. Wilson announced the EW study in late 2017. Then, Brig. Gen. David Gaedecke, the Air Force’s director of cyberspace operations and warfighting integration, was tapped earlier this year to lead an ‘enterprise capability collaboration team’ that would explore new ways to perform electronic warfare and how to integrate those capabilities across the service.”

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