The Japanese government has a new target in mind for electronic warfare, and that is the fight against combat communications.
The government is proposing to acquire combat communications gear and electronic weapon systems for military use.
According to a government proposal, the equipment would be purchased through the Military Equipment Acquisition Program.
The idea is that this equipment will be used for fighting on the battlefield, and for cyber warfare.
The Japanese are trying to acquire these electronic warfare systems and their associated equipment as soon as possible, but it may be a while before they can get them in-service.
The Japanese government also plans to acquire a wide range of electronic weapons and communications devices, including a range of communication devices that can carry out electronic warfare.
What do we know about the military equipment?
The military equipment acquisition program is the Japanese equivalent of the U.S. military’s Defense Department’s $2.5 billion purchase of electronic warfare gear.
The U.N. has estimated that the U,S.
is spending about $3 billion a year on electronic warfare weapons and devices, and the Japanese defense industry has estimated the total for electronic weapons to be around $300 million.
In the event of a conflict with China, the Japanese military has indicated that they will seek to use electronic warfare to counter Chinese electronic surveillance and jamming capabilities.
As I reported in my April 7 article, the government has expressed interest in purchasing electronic warfare capabilities from companies that manufacture or build digital communications and communication infrastructure, including voice, video, data and video messaging systems.
Some of these systems, like the U-2 spy plane, were designed to operate in China and other countries in East Asia.
But the government is also pursuing other capabilities that would be capable of operating in a different region or even in the middle of the world.
For example, the Tokyo Metropolitan Government is also seeking to acquire several types of communication and communication equipment to provide emergency services in times of crisis.
Another program to acquire electronic warfare hardware is the electronic warfare department’s (EY) program to develop and deploy electronic warfare aircraft and sensors.
The agency also plans on acquiring a variety of electronic communication systems, including communication and information networks, digital and analog radios, and communications and Internet-based equipment.
A large portion of the Japanese budget goes toward acquiring electronic warfare capability, and it is not clear whether the government intends to spend much more on these equipment acquisitions in the future.
Are there other countries that are using electronic warfare?
In addition to Japan, other countries have expressed interest to acquire digital communications equipment and electronic weapons systems.
For example, in February, the Chinese Ministry of National Defense (MND) and the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) announced that they would begin to develop electronic warfare assets.
Other countries that have shown interest in electronic warfare include the United States, the Netherlands, India, and South Korea.
How much does the government spend on electronic weapons?
Currently, the Government of Japan has an electronic warfare budget of about $30 billion, or around 5% of its annual GDP.
While this amount is fairly small compared to the U