Enjoy this high-quality video animation. The video portrays the US Air Force's future airborne electronic attack strategy in action, even if the USAF's leadership has abandoned most of the acquisition programs involved.
The story goes like this: US solider spots approaching tank on terrain vaguely resembling Iran. He wants to call in an airstrike by F-15s, but (wait!) a surface to air missile system rolls out of its desert hideout. Not to be denied, the USAF employs the B-52's standoff jammer, which exists here in animation form but died as an acquisition program in 2005. The fictitious jammer stifles the SAMs long enough to cue a nearby US Navy EA-6B to swoop inside defended airspace. The EA-6B fires its AARGM missile (also rejected by the USAF) at the target, blowing the SAM battery to little bits. Finally, with the airspace clear (and with the radar-evading F-22s apparently safely sequestered in Alaska), the F-15s can answer the soldier's desperate call for close air support. Mission accomplished ... er, air force-style.