Asia Times: Ship Collisions Raise Specter Of Chinese Electronic Warfare

August 29, 2017

China’s military has developed advanced electronic warfare capabilities capable of disabling ships, aircraft and missiles and there are signs the People’s Liberation Army is preparing to use exotic electronic attacks in a future conflict with the United States.

Two recent collisions between US Navy warships and commercial ships have raised the specter that China was behind the accidents, using electronic means to disrupt or fool radar or navigation systems into creating deliberate collisions, according to military experts.

China has developed some of the world’s most advanced military electronic warfare weapons, including jammers, disruptors and cyber tools that can cause electronics to malfunction mysteriously, or to operate in ways that can cause them to self-destruct.

Read the entire article at Asia Times.

(First reported by The Washington Free Beacon)http://freebeacon.com/national-security/asia-times-ship-collisions-raise-specter-chinese-electronic-warfare/   (August 29, 2017)

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