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The Multinational Aircrew Electronic Warfare Tactics Facility Polygone - POLYGON is an Electronic Warfare Tactics Range located on the border between Germany and France. It is a tri-national facility operated by France, Germany and the United States.[1]


  • Purpose 1
  • Training areas 2
  • Civil-military ATM co-ordination 3
  • References 4


The range, also referred to as the Multi-national Aircrew Electronic Warfare Tactics Facility (MAEWTF), is jointly operated by personnel from the United States, German and French Air Forces.

Training areas

The particular sites of the range are coordinated by CCC systems provided by Computer Application Services( - SPICCCS at RAF Spadeadam & EPICCCS at Polygone. These systems additionally provide debrief products for aircrew.

Training sites are in:

Civil-military ATM co-ordination

In order to provide civil / military air traffic management co-ordination the EUROCONTROL software tools ADMAR and ADMAR 2000 have been used. These products were replaced by CIMACT in 2005.


  1. ^ Emig, Thomas (1 April 2010). "Polygone – Simulierter Kampf ums Überleben" [Polygone – a simulated duel for survival] (in German).  

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