Archived posts with tag ‘jammer’

01.03.12
Danger Room: Secret Army Jammers Stolen in Afghanistan

On Jan. 7, someone strolled into a supply room at Camp Eggers, a coalition base near the U.S. embassy in downtown Kabul, pocketed two sets of car keys and walked out undetected. Sometime over the next 24 hours, the thieves drove away with two black-painted, armored Toyota Land Cruisers belonging to the U.S. Army’s 26th Maneuver Enhancement Brigade, a unit that escorts coalition personnel around Kabul.

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09.06.11
Combat Aircraft: Future Navy Radar Jammer Could Do More than Jam Radars

Against the backdrop of the escalating Libyan civil war, in mid-March the United Nations approved military action to protect civilians from dictator Moammar Gadhafi’s army and air force. An aerial coalition featuring some of the world’s most modern combat aircraft rapidly assembled at Mediterranean air bases and aboard aircraft carriers. The air fleet eventually included French Rafales, British and Italian Typhoons, Swedish Gripens and the Emirates’ F-16E/Fs.

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21.01.11
Danger Room: New Navy Jammer Could Invade Networks, Nuke Sites

When China’s stealth-fighter prototype took to the air two weeks ago, it intensified what was already a heated debate in Washington over which, and how many, new fighter planes to buy.

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