Students from Four Nations Attended an Inzpire-Led Electronic Warfare Training

LINCOLN, the UK (, 5 September 2018, Editor: Galina Zdravkova, Photo credit: Inzpire

The British company Inzpire announced on 3 September 2018 that their Operations Specialist Luke Cabot has recently delivered 3 days of Inzpire-led electronic warfare training to students from Austria, Germany, Norway, Sweden, and the UK on the European Defence Agency Helicopter Tactics Instructors Course, learned

Inzpire is an award-winning supplier of defence managed services and cutting edge mission systems, as well as a trusted partner of the British MOD.

The training was carried out at RAF Linton-on-Ouse and a full spectrum of electronic warfare topics was covered. RAF Linton-on-Ouse is a Royal Air Force station at Linton-on-Ouse in North Yorkshire, England. Presently it is a flying training centre and has satellite stations at RAF Topcliffe and RAF Dishforth.

It was clarified to the students the most basic electronic warfare principles, as well as cutting edge electronic warfare technologies such as Fourier concepts, staring array sensors, and pulse doppler radar.

Luke Cabot explained complicated electronic warfare theory through robust, easily understandable concepts. Some of the most complex electronic warfare principles were successfully clarified by easily understandable and relatable concepts.

The training courses available through the Inzpire Training Academy range from electronic warfare to strategic communications. In this way everybody is able to find a course that suits his or her requirements best. In addition, the courses are divided into ones for beginners and for advanced practitioners who are looking to supplement their extensive knowledge.

The instructors of Inzpire provide immersive and interactive training through which students acquire not only the competencies they need to succeed in their roles, but also important skills needed for taking crucial decisions in high-pressured operational environments.

On the grounds of the excellent feedback given by the students from all four nations, who attended the Luke Cabot’s training, Inzpire wishes to be able to continue our support to the helicopter programmes of the European Defence Agency.

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