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Accession Number ADA600676
Title USMC Electronic Warfare 2025: Trading Expertise for Advanced Technology.
Publication Date Apr 2011
Media Count 34p
Personal Author G. Z. Gosik
Abstract This paper explains why the planned Marine Corps transition to the F- 35 Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) and use of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) to conduct Electronic Warfare (EW) for the Marine Air Ground Task Force (MAGTF) after 2019 will deplete the USMC of its subject matter experts and create a need for external support to carry out the EW mission. The future capability needed to successfully conduct EW for the MAGTF will certainly exist, in the form of the equipment available, after the retirement of the EA-68 airframe and beyond 2025. The piece that will be missing is the operational expertise. in the field of airborne electronic warfare during the transition period away from legacy equipment. EW will remain a critical war fighting capability for the MAGTF, and the ability to maintain dominance within the electromagnetic spectrum will be paramount as the reliance on advanced technology continues in the U.S. Armed Forces.
Keywords Battalion level organizations
Electronic warfare
Ew(Electronic warfare)
F-35 jsf
Fighter aircraft
Jsf(Joint strike fighter)
Marine air ground task forces(MAGT)
Marine aviation plan(MAP)
Marine corps aircraft
Military capabilities
Military forces(United states)
Military planning
Radio battalion
Remotely piloted vehicles
Rotary wing aircraft
Subject matter experts
Task forces
Theses
Uas(Aircraft systems)


 
Source Agency Non Paid ADAS
NTIS Subject Category 51B - Aeronautics
74G - Military Operations, Strategy, & Tactics
63B - Electromagnetic & Acoustic Countermeasures
Corporate Author Marine Corps Univ., Quantico, VA. Command and Staff Coll.
Document Type Thesis
Title Note Master's thesis.
NTIS Issue Number 1421
Contract Number N/A

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