I am often asked if the IED threat can be removed from the battlefield, and my answer is, ‘No.’ In its most fundamental form, the IED is a lethal ambush, and men have been ambushing their enemies for thousands of years.
The Symphony product line is the only counter-IED systems of its kind approved by the U.S. government for foreign military sale to allied, coalition and partner nations. More than 4,500 Block 10 and 20 variant systems support U.S. and coalition forces in Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Egypt and other areas of conflict.
Give partner and coalition nations the confidence they need to meet their mission requirements by equipping them with an IED defeat system that is critical yet supportable.
Counter IED systems development is almost always of the “quick-reaction” type—that is, the time from when a need is realized to when a completed product, or technique, is available is measured in weeks, not months or years.
Improvised explosive devices (IEDs) have become an increasingly popular weapon of choice for insurgents and small armed forces over the past few decades. A favorite type of IED used in U.S. coalition theaters of operation today is the RF or radio-controlled (RC) command link. These IEDs are inexpensive, easy to build or acquire, and difficult to trace and can be triggered from long distances. To mitigate the risk of a RCIED attack, electronic jamming devices are utilized to interrupt the communications between a remote control and the RCIED trigger.
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