Tactical Electronic Warfare System (TEWS)

General Dynamics Tactical Electronic Warfare System (TEWS)

ground electronic support & attack system

The Tactical Electronic Warfare System (TEWS) is a dedicated all-weather, 24-hour, ground tactical electronic support and electronic attack system that provides the Commander with options to create multiple dilemmas to a designing enemy by decreasing the sensor to shooter timeline. TEWS will enable a Brigade Combat Team Commander to detect, locate, identify the enemy and will give the Commander the capability to act/react/counter with non-lethal effects by denying, disrupting and degrading the enemy’s ability to communicate, coordinate and synchronize.

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TEWS will set the foundation for Multi-Domain Operations to facilitate opening windows of opportunity across a myriad of environments. TEWS mobility and modularity allows units to simply shoot, move and communicate in contested environments and rapidly reposition to establish positions of advantage within evolving tactical situations.


  • Operationally proven solution; U.S. Army SIGINT integrator “gold-standard” since 2009
  • Unprecedented availability and synergy of objective intelligence, both access and processing
  • Delivers electronic support and electronic attack capabilities on mobile and dismounted platforms
  • Mobility and modularity supports rapid repositioning and dynamic EW in rapidly changing tactical environments

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General Dynamics TEWS Stryker right side

Platform Agility

TEWS supports stationary, dismounted and on-the-move, man-pack operations. TEWS is platform independent; a modular system that will enable integration onto any vehicle, including: 

  • AMPV
  • NGCV
  • Stryker
  • Flyer
  • JLTV
  • Non-Tactical Vehicles (NTV)

Current Capabilities

  • Satcom-on-the-Move /Trojan Network
  • Multi-Comms Enclaves
  • Open Architecture
  • Electronic Warfare Targeting (ES/EA)
  • Integrated EWPMT (Raven Claw)
  • EW Support to SIGINT
  • Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning (AI/ML)
  • Expanded Signals of Interest (SOI) Capability

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Future Capabilities

  • Support to Offensive Cyber Operations (OCO)
  • Assured-Position, Navigation, Timing (A-PNT)
  • Integration with airborne sensors
    • Multi-Function Electronic Warfare (MFEW-Air)
    • Anerostat and/or balloon
    • Joint Airborne Systems
  • Training Support via IEWTPT
  • Robotics/Autonomous Vehicles employment of sensors
    • Unattended and/or remote ground sensors
  • Extended Range – Tethered UAS