UK-based Inzpire has concluded delivery of electronic warfare training to European military delegates in Estonia.

Named No.1 Baltic’s Electronic Warfare course, the training saw 25 ab-initio students studying a tailor-made electronic warfare curriculum. The students included air surveillance radar personnel, intelligence personnel and aircrew from Estonian, Latvian and Polish armed forces.

It delivered the course at Amari Airbase. Week 1 of the training introduced students to the principles of electronic warfare, examining radar systems, radar weapons, infrared weapons and electronic support measures.

The second week focused on advanced techniques and technologies including pulse-Doppler radar, focal plane arrays and electronic countermeasures.

Inzpire’s electronic warfare experts designed the training specifically for Baltic delegates. They designed it to give students an enhanced ability to assess and understand electronic warfare capabilities, weapon systems and potential countermeasure mechanisms.

Luke Cabot, Inzpire’s operations and training specialist delivered the training.

"The audience included a broad range of operational experience," he said. "We very much hope we can extend this provision to provide more courses in the future."

Matt Hing, Lieutenant Colonel and Defence Attaché to Estonia, was happy with the course.

"The fact that there were participants from Estonia, Latvia and Poland proved that there is regional interest in the subject," he said. "This is an excellent example of the U.K. supporting our allies to develop their capabilities."

Inzpire electronic warfare experts deliver training across a wide spectrum of topics at both introductory and post-graduate level. To date, they have delivered training to over ten different European nations.