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Inzpire deliver electronic warfare training to European military

Posted 24 March 2020 · Add Comment

UK-based Inzpire Limited has recently concluded the delivery of electronic warfare training to European military delegates in Estonia.


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Named No.1 Baltic’s Electronic Warfare course, the training saw 25 ab-initio students including air surveillance radar personnel, intelligence personnel and aircrew from Estonian, Latvian and Polish armed forces studying a tailor-made electronic warfare curriculum.

The course was delivered at Amari Airbase and week 1 of the training introduced students to the principles of electronic warfare, examining radar systems, radar weapons, infrared weapons and electronic support measures. The second week of training focused on advanced techniques and technologies including pulse-Doppler radar, focal plane arrays and electronic countermeasures.

Inzpire’s electronic warfare experts designed the purpose-built training specifically for Baltic delegates. The course was designed to give students an enhanced ability to assess and understand electronic warfare capabilities, weapon systems and potential countermeasure mechanisms.

Luke Cabot, Inzpire’s operations and training specialist delivered the training and said: “it was my absolute pleasure to provide training to the participants of No.1 Baltic’s EW course. The audience included a broad range of operational experience; all the participants were hard-working, inquisitive and discovered new principles that can be put to good use within their representative areas of work. It is exciting to be delivering specialist electronic warfare training to new customers in Europe and we very much hope we can extend this provision to provide more courses in the future”.

Matt Hing, Lieutenant Colonel and Defence Attaché to Estonia said: “it was a pleasure to host Luke to deliver the No.1 Baltic’s EW course. The fact that there were participants from Estonia, Latvia and Poland proved that there is regional interest in the subject.  It was obvious from my interaction with the course members that Luke’s teaching style really grabbed their attention and allowed him to explain complexity in an effective way.  This is an excellent example of the UK supporting our allies to develop their capabilities.”

Inzpire’s electronic warfare experts deliver training across a wide spectrum of topics at both introductory and post-graduate level and have to date delivered training to over ten different European nations.

Inzpire’s training services division provides integrated, sustainable and cost-effective training solutions for military and civilian customers. Our operationally experienced instructors design and deliver bespoke training in simulated, live and collective environments and provide full training analysis services. Our Training Academy provides classroom-based and practical training across a wide range of subject areas including electronic warfare, cyber and human factors.

Within the UK, Inzpire’s technical services experts are integrated into service commands, delivery teams and MoD headquarters. They provide continuity, experience and technical knowledge that supports military output. Their expertise includes: equipment capability development and assessment; integrated test, evaluation and acceptance plans; mission data; electronic warfare; and concept development.

 

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