• Online, Instructor-Led
Course Description

Electronic Warfare Training Crash course is a 4-day program where participant explore the application of electronic warfare concepts to ground, airborne and naval surface warfare. Participants also learn the functional and operational susceptibilities of weapon systems to electronic warfare. Electronic Warfare Training Crash Course establishes Electronic Warfare (EW) foundation designed for analysts, engineers, electrical engineers, project managers, electronic warfare technical professionals who design or operate radar systems and electronic warfare systems; and anyone involved in planning, design, analysis, simulation, requirements definition, performance specification, procurement, test, security and evaluation of electronic attack equipment. Electronic Warfare Training Crash Course describes military action involving the use of electromagnetic (EM) and directed energy (DE) to control the EMS or to attack the enemy. Tonex has been a leader in electronic warfare training services since 1992. Tonex has developed training courses in ISR, Microwave, Radar, EW, Tactical Data Link, Link 11, Link 16, Link 22, tactical lasers electrical systems and other innovative training programs.

Learning Objectives

  • Understand the fundamentals of electronic warfare (EW) and its significance in modern military operations.
  • Identify and analyze different types of electronic threats and their potential impact on military systems.
  • Learn the principles of threat modeling and how it is applied to electronic warfare scenarios.
  • Explore the use of simulation tools for modeling electronic warfare threats and assessing their implications.
  • Develop skills in designing effective countermeasures against electronic threats in simulated environments.
  • Examine real-world case studies to gain practical insights into electronic warfare threat scenarios.
  • Collaborate with peers to solve complex electronic warfare simulation exercises and challenges.
  • Enhance proficiency in utilizing specialized software and tools for electronic warfare threat analysis.
  • Gain practical experience in developing and implementing threat mitigation strategies in simulated environments.
  • Apply knowledge gained in the course to create comprehensive electronic warfare threat models.

Framework Connections

The materials within this course focus on the NICE Framework Task, Knowledge, and Skill statements identified within the indicated NICE Framework component(s):

Specialty Areas

  • All-Source Analysis
  • Cyber Defense Infrastructure Support
  • Cyber Operational Planning
  • Cybersecurity Management
  • Vulnerability Assessment and Management


If you would like to provide feedback for this course, please e-mail the NICCS SO at NICCS@hq.dhs.gov.