U.S. Marine Corps photo by Leslie Shaw/Released 090729-M-0000B-000.jpg
Jul 29, 2009
Marines going through Enhanced Mojave Viper are being encouraged to use the counter radio-controlled improvised explosive device electronic warfare systems equipped in all humvees. The Jammer Effectiveness Device lets Tactical Exercise Control Group instructors know if Marines are using their CREW systems by signaling red and green lights as they pass by. If the CREW system is diabled, the JED can not pick up a symbol and a mock IED will explode.
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