Kinkade, Mark
December 2003
Airman;Dec2003, Vol. 47 Issue 12, p2
Explores the future of flight. Plans of the aviation engineers, scientists and researchers to keep the current warplane inventory up and flying well into the latter part of the century; Factors that influenced the development of the technology; Categories that most advanced avionics research in powered flight today falls into.


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