Rockwell Collins acquires full ownership of Flight Dynamics

McHale, John
April 1999
Military & Aerospace Electronics;Apr99, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p3
Reports on the move of Cedar Rapids, Iowa-based Rockwell Collins to acquire Portland, Oregon-based Flight Dynamics, a supplier of head-up guidance systems for aircraft. Target completion date of deal; Rockwell Collins' goal of expanding its aviation electronics across multiple platforms.


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