EW at Scale – EW Capabilities for Near Peer Force-on-Force Warfighting
US and Coalition Forces in the First Gulf War, 1991, were equipped from deep stockpiles of highly capable kinetic and non-kinetic weapons systems. In contrast, supplying Ukraine in the Russo-Ukraine War has challenged weapons stockpiles and supply chains, share-ability/exportability, and trainability across dozens of countries’ militaries. How can we best ensure superior provisioning of warfighting in the EMS for future large scale, and perhaps protracted, coalition conflict.
The 2024 Collaborative Electronic Warfare Symposium will provide a venue to disseminate current research in Electronic Warfare with an emphasis on meeting the challenges of future large-scale force on force combat. Prominent leaders, contributors and representatives from the United States military, government, academia, and industry will come together to address EW challenges and opportunities in the near future.