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A combined analog-digital simulation of an air battle between an attacking bomber aircraft and a ground controlled interceptor, including the intermediate human radar operator, has been designed for the purpose of evaluating the effects of airborne electronic countermeasures upon a ground-based radar operator. Both real and nonreal time simulation are used in the experimental setup. The simulation encompasses as much as possible of the system as affected by the operators' performance in the hope that a systems measure could be obtained. It is hypothesized that probable success of the bomber is the systems measure of the effectiveness of the countermeasures.