Keys said the F-22 could be a prodigy in electronic attack. Not only will it be in the vicinity of enemy radars, it will have a lot of raw power to jam, and in the future could be used to conduct information attacks. Former Chief of Staff Gen. John P. Jumper (Ret.) used to describe such an attack as convincing a surface-to-air radar system that it’s a dishwasher and that it should begin the rinse cycle.
Feb. 23, 2024
The Department of the Air Force’s space acquisition boss called for industry to stop low-bidding contracts and for the Pentagon to only select realistic proposals on Feb. 23, arguing that failures to do so eventually forces the Space Force to “rob our future to pay for the past.”