عنوان مقاله [English]
The main role of standoff electronic attack tactics in air battles is to disrupt the enemy's radars and air defense platforms by creating a safe corridor for a certain period of time, followed by the attack of indigenous bomber fighter jets and the destruction of enemy radars and defense systems. This research is of applied type, its implementation method is descriptive and its approach is considered mixed. The statistical population consists of forestry specialists and researchers and faculty members, self-sufficiency jihad, readiness and support, the Higher National Defense University and the General Staff of the Armed Forces, and is estimated to be about 150 people. The sample size, calculated using Cochran's formula, is 56 people. The method of collecting field information and libraries, field tools of collecting information and data in this research, interviews and questionnaires and its library tools are the study of documents and Internet sites. Using electronic attack equipment on standoff radar interceptor aircraft in Air Force forest operations is questioned. The researcher seeks to explain how to use electronic attack equipment on standoff radar aircraft in Air Force forest operations. The electronic warfare equipment of the standoff radar interceptor aircraft in the field of electronic attack will be an effective step towards increasing the air combat capability and preventing casualties in possible battles. Designing and building programmable and network-able interceptors with radar warning systems is one of the future plans of technical and specialized departments.