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What is the mission definition of Information Warfare?
Information Warfare involves actions taken to achieve information superiority by affecting adversary information, information-based processes, information systems, and computer based networks while defending one's own similar resources.
What are the five pillars of C4I warfare?
Operations Security (OPSEC)
Military Deception (MILDEC)
Psychological Operations (PSYOPS)
Physical Destruction (BLWSHTUP)
Electronic Warfare (EW)
What are the three divisions of electronic warfare?
Electronic Attack (EA)
Electronic Support (ES)
Electronic Protection (EP)
What are the two most common forms of EA available to the commander?
Jamming and Deception
What two platforms participate in jamming?
EA-6B Prowler
SLQ-32
What are the three types of electromagnetic deception?
Manipulative Deception
Simulative Deception
Imitative Deception
What are the three types of EP?
technical, procedural, tactical
What are the two types of Anti-ES Measures (EP)?
Tactical Evasion
Emissions Control
Whar are for of the things that Integrated Intelligence Support includes?
Developing and maintaining databases
Supporting Battle Damage Assessments
Identifying key leaders
Providing accurate direction finding
What are the two major functional categories of Signals Intelligence (SIGINT)?
Communications Intelligence (COMINT)
Electronics Intelligence (ELINT)
What are 3 examples of Communications Intelligence?
Telephones
Radio Telephones
Data Links
What are 3 examples of Electronics Intelligence?
Radar/IFF/TACAN
Electronic Support (ES)
Electronic Warfare
What three states in the middle of the desert are rich in fossil fuels that we want?
Kazakhstan
Azerbaijan
Turkmenistan
Fill in the blank: Washington would like to make sure that no single state comes to dominate the _________ of the region?

(3 Words)
fossil fuel reserves
The US is concerned with the potential for what in the region?
Islamic fundamentalism
The US and the rest of the world feared that violent what would erupt across the region in the wake of the Soviet collapse?
ethnic conflicts
What is the US balancing support for with fear of instability and chaos in the region?
democracy, human rights, and economic reform
What is the mission of the RQ-4A Global Hawk?
extended reconaissance
What is the mission of the RC-135 River Joint?
electronic reconaissance
Signals Intelligence Collection
What is the mission of the E6-B Mercury?
Take Charge and Move Out
relay emergency action messages from national command authority
What is the mission of the EP-3E Aries II?
electronic warfare and reconaissance
What is the mission of the RQ-1 Predator?
reconaissance, target acquisition, BDA
What is the mission of the RQ-2 Pioneer?
reconaissance, target acquisition, BDA
What is the crew of the RC-135 River Joint?
4+mission crew
What is the crew of the E-6B Mercury?
22 crew
What is the crew of the EP-3E Aries II?
7 officer
17 enlisted
What is the cruise speed of the RQ-4A Global Hawk?
400 knots
What is the max speed of the RC-135?
535 knots
What is the speed of the E-6B Mercury?
522 knots
What are the speeds of the EP-3E Aries II?
328/411 knots
What are the speeds of the RQ-1 Predator?
80/120 knots
What is the speed of the RQ-2 Pioneer?
110 knots