Facebook page. Yes, I'm still absorbing that sentence myself.
The Facebook page also reveals that the army has fielded a new electronic attack weapon. Here's a photo caption posted on 18 April:
I've written about the Raytheon CEASAR (communications electronic attack with surveillance and reconnaissance) pod before. It repackages the USQ-113 communications jammer aboard the Boeing EA-18G into a pod. A year and a half ago, I reported the army was interested in buying "a few" for the MQ-1C Gray Eagle (formerly, Sky Warrior).
Perhaps the MQ-1C plans are still being pursued, but it's clear CEASAR also has found a home on the manned turboprop fleet. It shows that electronic attack is increasingly becoming just another weapon, like a rocket, missile or strafing cannon, that can be employed from the air in support of ground troops.