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Exploit and Deny: 100 Years of Electronic Warfare in Air Operations

£55.00

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A joint project by Selex ES and the Royal Air Force Museum, this book looks at the use of electronic warfare in support of air operations, tracing it back to its origins in 1914. With a Foreword by then-Chief of the Air Staff Sir Andrew Pulford, the book looks at how electronic warfare begin in 1914, with the development of direction-finding and how this was used to intercept German airships. It then goes on to the inter-war years and the development of radar and radar countermeasures during the early war years. It also looks at how electronic warfare supported the Allied bombing offensive and D-Day Landings, before looking at the development of electronic warfare during the Cold War. The book has chapters on maritime reconnaissance and also looks at the electronic capabilities of RAF helicopters, and its front line fighters such as the Tornado and Typhoon. Several chapters look at the use of electronic warfare in many of the RAF's most recent conflicts such as the Falklands (1982), Kuwait (1990-91), Balkans (1993-99), Iraq (2003-09), Afghanistan (2001-14) and Libya (2011). The book includes photographs, both colour and black and white, throughout.

The book is in very good condition, with no signs of damage to the book itself and only minor superficial damage to the dust jacket. Internally the pages are clean, the illustrations clear and the binding strong.

Item details

Author(s):
Richard Scott (Editor-in-Chief)
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
2014
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
303
Publisher:
Selex ES
Title:
Exploit and Deny

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A joint project by Selex ES and the Royal Air Force Museum, this book looks at the use of electronic warfare in support of air operations, tracing it back to its origins in 1914. With a Foreword by then-Chief of the Air Staff Sir Andrew Pulford, the book looks at how electronic warfare begin in 1914, with the development of direction-finding and how this was used to intercept German airships. It then goes on to the inter-war years and the development of radar and radar countermeasures during the early war years. It also looks at how electronic warfare supported the Allied bombing offensive and D-Day Landings, before looking at the development of electronic warfare during the Cold War. The book has chapters on maritime reconnaissance and also looks at the electronic capabilities of RAF helicopters, and its front line fighters such as the Tornado and Typhoon. Several chapters look at the use of electronic warfare in many of the RAF's most recent conflicts such as the Falklands (1982), Kuwait (1990-91), Balkans (1993-99), Iraq (2003-09), Afghanistan (2001-14) and Libya (2011). The book includes photographs, both colour and black and white, throughout.

The book is in very good condition, with no signs of damage to the book itself and only minor superficial damage to the dust jacket. Internally the pages are clean, the illustrations clear and the binding strong.

Author(s):
Richard Scott (Editor-in-Chief)
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
2014
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
303
Publisher:
Selex ES
Title:
Exploit and Deny

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