Russian army airborne units will receive advanced electronic warfare systems end of 2015 12610154

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Russian army airborne units will receive advanced electronic warfare systems end of 2015
Large airborne units of Russian armed forces in five Russian regions will receive advanced electronic warfare systems before the end of 2015, Defense Ministry spokesman for the Airborne Force Yevgeny Meshkov said on Monday, October 26, 2015.
     
Large airborne units of Russian armed forces in five Russian regions will receive advanced electronic warfare systems before the end of 2015, Defense Ministry spokesman for the Airborne Force Yevgeny Meshkov said on Monday, October 26, 2015. Infauna electronic warfare vehicle
     
The new electronic warfare systems will arrive for the airborne units based in Tula, Pskov, Ivanovo, Kamyshin and Ulyanovsk, he added.

"The electronic warfare systems arriving for the large airborne units have far greater defense and reconnaissance potential. The electronic warfare systems comprise the Infauna multipurpose system, the Lesochek small-size electronic warfare complex, the Lorandit and the Leyer small-size radio control and jamming systems," Meshkov said.

The advanced electronic warfare systems will be used for reconnaissance of radio propagation sources, jamming and counter-jamming.

The Lesochek small-size electronic warfare system is designed to jam radio-controlled explosive devices and prevent the detonation of explosives near vehicular convoys. The system can function both on the move and at the halt.

The Lesochek small-size electronic warfare system is highly resistant to the enemy’s jamming and anti-radiation missiles. The system’s small size allows carrying it both in a car and a backpack.

The Lesochek system is mounted on various types of the Russian Airborne Force’s vehicles. The Lesochek small-size electronic warfare system has been delivered to the Russian Armed Forces since 2013.
     
Large airborne units of Russian armed forces in five Russian regions will receive advanced electronic warfare systems before the end of 2015, Defense Ministry spokesman for the Airborne Force Yevgeny Meshkov said on Monday, October 26, 2015. RP 377 Lorandit radio jamming system
     
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