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  • 350th Spectrum Warfare Wing and Partners Demonstrate New EMS Capabilities

    Members of the 350th Spectrum Warfare Wing and partners across the Department of Defense, industry, and government successfully demonstrated System-of-Systems Technology Integration Tool Chain for Heterogeneous Electronic Systems, known as STITCHES, and Missionware last month during a flight

  • 513th EWS Change of Command

    The 513th Electronic Warfare Squadron (513 EWS) held its Change of Command on Friday, 3 June.  The outgoing commander, U.S. Navy CDR Chris "Carbomb" Tabert passed the squadron guidon to U.S. Air Force Lt. Col Darren "Decoy" Woodside in a ceremony at the Air Force Armament Museum.  

  • BEYA 2022 Science Spectrum Trailblazer Award

    In October 2021, Maj. Roashelle “Thorn” Rose, of the 453rd Electronic Warfare Squadron (EWS), received notice that she had been named the Black Engineer of the Year, for the 2022 Science Spectrum Trailblazer Award. The Science Spectrum Trailblazer Award is a part of the BEYA Science, Technology,

  • ACC Activates New Type of Wing, 350th Spectrum Warfare Wing

    Recognizing an operational need to dominate the electromagnetic spectrum, Air Combat Command activated the 350th Spectrum Warfare Wing June 25, which is temporarily located at Eglin Air Force Base while the Air Force conducts an environmental review for the permanent location.

  • ACC A2 Airman emitting ‘accelerate change’

    The foundational purpose of a threat emitter is to replicate a surface-to-air missile system, designed to track, shoot and guide a missile to the target aircraft. While on the pilot’s side, their aircraft are equipped with sensors to detect SAM systems and alert the pilot to the threat type,


The 350th Spectrum Warfare Wing is comprised of over 1,200 current and 2,131 planned military and civilian personnel across eight units at three locations throughout the United States.  The 350th SWW is responsible for delivering electromagnetic spectrum capabilities to 69 United States and Foreign Partner electromagnetic warfare systems.  Additionally, the wing is responsible for electromagnetic warfare reprogramming, modeling and simulation and assessments.


Deliver adaptive and cutting-edge electromagnetic spectrum capabilities that provide the warfighter a tactical and strategic competitive advantage and freedom to attack, maneuver, and defend.


Dominate the Electromagnetic Spectrum.

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