AFEWES

AcronymDefinition
AFEWESAir Force Electronic Warfare Evaluation Simulator
AFEWESAir Force Electronic Warfare Effectiveness Simulator (USAF)
AFEWESAir Force Electronic Warfare Environment Simulator
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When the work on AFEWES was complete, Eglin [Air Force Base] had been declared the center for the flight-testing of electronic-countermeasures equipment.
The Air Force Electronic Warfare Evaluation Simulator (AFEWES) is an internationally recognized Electronic Warfare T & E laboratory, owned and managed by 412TW, Edwards AFB, CA, which evaluates and refines the effectiveness of Electronic Combat devices that protect DoD and Allied aircraft in combat.
Under the CEE, the IDAL has collaborated with other USAF T&E assets such as those at DIADS at Edwards AFB, CA; the AFEWES at Ft.
The Air Force Electronic Warfare Evaluation Simulator (AFEWES), is an internationally-recognized Electronic Warfare T&E laboratory, owned and managed by 412TW, Edwards AFB, CA, which evaluates and refines the effectiveness of Electronic Combat devices that protect DoD and Allied aircraft in combat.
AFEWES is a government-owned, hardware-in-the-loop test facility located at Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Co.
The Air Force Electronic Warfare Evaluation Simulator (AFEWES), is an internationally-recognized EW T&E laboratory, owned and managed by 412TW, Edwards AFB, CA, which evaluates and refines the effectiveness of electronic combat devices that protect DOD and allied aircraft in combat.
The AFEWES is a hardware-in-the-loop, real-time test laboratory with a wide range of radio-frequency and IR threat simulators.
In a letter to Congress, a copy of which was obtained by JED, Delaney stated, "The Air Force is committed to ensuring adequate test and evaluation resources are available to test our weapon systems, and at this time the best solution for the Air Force is not to relocate the AFEWES facility." Delaney pointed to "substantial changes in the AFEWES business climate" since the 1996 Electronic Combat Consolidation Master Plan recommended moving the facility to Edwards AFB.
In a report last year on appropriations for military construction, family housing, and base realignment and closure (BRAC) for FY01, the US House of Representatives stated that it was aware of an effort to relocate the AFEWES to the AFFTC.
A Lockheed-Martin crash-investigation team was already looking into it for the F-16 System Program Office (SPO), so it seemed logical to tap the AFEWES, operated by Lockheed Martin, for support as well.
In a report on appropriations for military construction, family housing and base realignment and closure (BRAG) for FY01, the House stated that is "aware" of an effort to relocate the AFEWES from Air Force Plant 4 (Ft.
AFEWES volunteered to take over the effort and began to run the mission tests through its bank of evaluation equipment.