Army Under Secretary Orders Review of Electronic Warfare Portfolio

The electronic warfare capabilities, caps, priorities, and investment opportunities to be identified.

U.S. Army Undersecretary Gabe Camarillo has directed a review of the U.S. Army’s electronic warfare portfolio. The purpose is to identify the potential gaps and examine the priorities of the branch’s capabilities.

Undersecretary Camarillo said, “As we look at the Army’s role in part of the joint force, globally employed, especially in the Indo-Pacific region, it’s time for us to relook what are the threats, what’s the state of technology? We know what programs we’re investing in today, but where are there gaps? How would we like to address and mitigate some of those gaps?”

A spokesperson for the U.S. Army stated,  “As the Army shifts its focus from counterterrorism to large-scale combat operations, we will continue to assess and invest in capabilities to ensure the service effectively supports the Joint Force in any contingency operation.”

As the Lord Leads, Pray with Us…

  • For Undersecretary Camarillo as he oversees the review of electronic warfare and modernization.
  • For Secretary Wormuth to seek God’s wisdom as she heads the U.S. Army.
  • For Secretary Lloyd Austin to be discerning as he leads the Department of Defense.

Sources: DefenseScoop, Breaking Defense


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