1.B-GL-321-004/FT-001, Signals in Battle, Volume 4, Tactical Electronic Warfare, isissued on the authority of the Chief of the Defence Staff. It is effective on receipt.2.Suggestions for amendments should be forwarded through normal command channels toMobile Command Headquarters, Attention: Senior Staff Officer Signals.3.Electronic Warfare (EW) training has suffered from the lack of a definitive referencemanual and adequate emphasis at all levels. It is now recognized that EW must be accepted as anormal battlefield activity, and not only must land forces be versed in the defensive aspects of EW, but all commanders and staffs must also be educated in its offensive application. EW is notby itself a battle-winning weapon; if, however, we are not prepared to use it or defend ourselvesagainst it, the course of battle may well be determined in favour of the enemy on the basis of EWactivity alone.
4.The aim of this manual is to provide guidance for the employment of EW elements inland operations within a Canadian corps.
5.This publication contains EW doctrine, appropriate to corps, division, independentbrigade group and brigade, covering all operations of war in a high intensity conflict, as part of Corps '86. In outline, it covers:a.the EW process and the staff responsibilities for the employment of EW elementsoffensively;b.the threat to our electronic systems and the staff responsibilities for theemployment of EW elements defensively; andc.organizations and tactics.6.Where material is covered in other publications, cross-references are made to avoidunnecessary duplication.
7.The following references should be read in conjunction with this manual:ATP 35(A) Land Force Tactical Doctrine;