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Titel: The A-7 Attack Jet's Head Up Display Was A Revolution In Air Combat Tech
Bericht door: Sparkplug op 29/06/2020 | 10:50 uur
The A-7 Attack Jet's Head Up Display Was A Revolution In Air Combat Tech

https://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone/34405/the-a-7-corsair-iis-heads-up-display-was-a-revolution-in-air-combat

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The A-7 HUD, EU, and PDU shown by Colin Marshall. In October 1967 it was announced from Dallas in Texas U.S.A that Elliott Flight Automation had been awarded a four-year contract to supply LTV with Head Up Displays for the A-7. The initial contract was worth 14million for 1,200 displays and was the largest ever awarded to a British firm.