Wednesday, February 11, 2009

“The war in Iraq began to make us understand better that there are a lot of targets that we need to go after ...

IEDs were just the tip of the iceberg,” explained U.S. Army Col. Laurie G. Moe Buckhout, Chief, Electronic Warfare Division, Army Operations, Readiness and Mobilization (HQDA G3/5/7) during a Army Bloggers Roundtable. “The new career field gives the army one of the largest professional electronic warfare cadre of all the services.”

Buckhout discussed the Army’s new Electronic Warfare (EW) 29-series career field for officers, warrant officers and enlisted personnel with bloggers and online journalists Tuesday 10 Feb.

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