The fact that the Department of Defense is going to execute wide-spread GPS jamming operations during such a high-end exercise is more proof of just how big of a threat these emerging electronic warfare tactics pose. It will be interesting to see if the USAF admits that the technology was indeed used for Red Flag after the exercise concludes, but considering that there are a whole number of position, navigation, and timing (PNT) technologies being developed in hopes to help overcome the loss of GPS signal jammer during combat, advisories like this one that occur during major military exercises will likely become increasingly normal in the years to come.
GPS denial is a becoming a huge issue for American military planners. Peer states, especially Russia, are already putting GPS spoofing and jamming tactics to work during various training events near their own borders. We have discussed this situation in great depth before, and I would suggest you read this article to understand just how deeply the loss of reliable global positioning system data can mean for the U.S. and its allies during a time of war, as well as what is being done to overcome such a monumental hurdle.
Stephanie Russell, 72, of west Sussex, UK, has spent 4,000 pounds protecting her home from wifi because of the threat of wi-fi radiation. In an effort to stay healthy and away from wifi, Stephanie has coated her house with four thick layers of anti-radiation paint and banned her from using a computer or cell phone. In addition, she has a special WIFI jammer. Stephanie says she is highly sensitive to radiation and often feels dizzy or nauseous.
The electromagnetic waves emitted by Wi-Fi have a frequency of 2400 MHz. This frequency causes the stirring of water molecules: this is how microwave ovens work by “agitating” the water molecules contained in food at such a rate that they heat up. However, the body of an adult is 65% water, and that of a child contains 75% water, mainly in the brain. The waves emitted by the Wi-Fi thus generate a heat penetration inside the skull.