• Kyodo


The Ground Self-Defense Force marked Monday the establishment of a new electronic warfare unit to manage related corps scattered across the country that are beefing up capabilities in the electromagnetic spectrum.

The unit, composed of around 180 personnel nationwide, is tasked with detecting and analyzing communications and radar emissions of potential adversaries. It will also be responsible for disrupting enemy communications and radar if called upon.

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