Elisra to Equip Polish Vehicles With Anti-IED Devices

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Polish patrol, Iraq(click to view full) Elbit Systems’ 100% subsidiary Elisra Electronic Systems has received an order estimated at $3 million from the Polish Ministry of Defense for its unique EJAB (Electronic Jammer Against Bombs) system. Designed to thwart remotely activated explosive devices, EJAB will support the Polish Army’s forces in Iraq and work to help keep them safe from IED land mines. Judging by the doorless jeep picture on the left, the portability of Elisra’s EJAB will make it a timely purchase indeed. DID’s report follows with a picture of the device, plus additional details covering the order, EJAB itself and some recent shifts in Polish tactical doctrine. Not to mention a reason why every single one of us has a personal stake in the continued success of this technology… Poland’s Tactical Shifts and EJAB Order Elisra’s EJAB According to eDefense Online the Polish contingent in Iraq will receive 5 vehicle-mounted sets and 5 portable sets, with deliveries slated to begin at the end of February 2006. The article also notes that the EJAB systems will belong to the deployment rather than to the units, and will be rotated off to new Polish units as existing units are sent […]

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