1-38. By jamming, the enemy can disclose the type of jamming available and enable operators
to prepare to counter it, thus compromising future jamming. The enemy may find it unwise to
use jamming in small operations, because such use may _________________
_________________ _________________ efforts by disclosing the type of jamming used and
helping the operator prepare to counter it.
(1-38. Answer: compromise future jamming)
1-39. Since both friendly and enemy forces use the same frequencies or frequency bands for
communications, transmitting jamming signals can be jamming one's own communications.
This is especially likely to happen if barrage jammers are used or if nets of the same type
operate in the same or adjacent frequencies.
Therefore, the enemy may refrain from jamming communications because of the
possibility of jamming one's ______ communications.
(1-39. Answer: own)
1-40. The last principal reason not to jam is the possibility of retaliation. Retaliation can result
in a responsive use of jamming by one side against the communications nets of the other.
Although _________________ can deter the enemy in some cases, the enemy will
probably jam when he has the means and when it appears to be tactically advantageous.
(1-40. Answer: retaliation)