Over the past few months, Armada has been privileged to use MASS’ Battleye mission support tool software. Among its many talents, it can be used to simulate electronic warfare systems and their effects. The software does this in an intuitive and clear fashion. We took Battleye for a spin and you can read more about the results of our road test in our Keeping an Eye on the Battle article.
New information has reached Armada on how the Russian Army uses its Orlan-10 uninhabited aerial vehicles in Ukraine, and the vulnerabilities of these aircraft to electronic warfare. Both these subjects are examined in our Master and Servant article.
Meanwhile, a new report sheds light on Western components finding their way into Russian electronic warfare systems. This report, and its implications, are examining in this month’s Western Bits in Russian Kit
As always, we have the latest news in the electronic warfare product, programme and operational domains in this month’s Spectrum SitRep.