Threat Handbook: Battlefield Survival and Radioelectronic Combat: The Radio Direction Finding Threat
ARMY TRAINING AND DOCTRINE COMMAND FORTMONROE VA
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The purpose of this training circular is to provide information concerning the radioelectronic combat threat. The enemy integrates electronic interception and direction finding with suppresive fires and electronic jamming. Enemy radioelectronic combat is intended to deprive the United States Army of use of tactical electronic emitters required to fight the battle. This report explains how the direction finding component of enemy radioelectronic combat is used and how specific protective techniques may be applied to prevent U.S. Army units from becoming enemy targets. This training circular is intended for use by all members of the U.S. Army who have responsibility for tactical electronic systems.
- Direction Finding
- Radio Countermeasures