Russian Electronic Warfare Technology is Reshaping Western Attitudes

Russian Electronic Warfare Technology is Reshaping Western Attitudes

Russian electronic warfare both real and rumored has been a hot topic in the alternative media since a US Navy disputed April 2014 incident allegedly disabled the USS Donald Cook in the Black Sea. It has become a burning issue in the alternative and even mainstream military oriented media since a recent collision in the Straits of Malacca involving the USS John S. McCain, one of the Cook's sister Arleigh Burke class AEGIS guided missile destroyers, which happens to be named for the father one of the most outspoken Russophobes on Capitol Hill.

With rumors rife of GPS spoofing experiments off the coast of Crimea, were the Russians or their Chinese allies involved in the McCain collision, or was it simply a case of tired sailors losing alertness in one of the world's busiest shipping lanes? But if the US Navy's cover story were true, how is it then that so many American warships have collided with merchant vessels in recent months? Why are even military pages for both anonymous active duty and veterans asking what the hell is going on with America's Navy?

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