Fly-by Shooting

Arana-Barradas, Louis A.
November 1999
Airman;Nov99, Vol. 43 Issue 11, p21
Focuses on the High Off Boresight Seeker system, a system from the United States Air Force to ensure its pilots' air superiority over rivals in a dogfight or air combat. Description of an air combat; First jet to adopt the system; Benefits to air fighters according to Captain Dan Marticello, a 445th Flight Test Squadron engineer; Capabilities of the Helmet Mounted Cueing System of the Seeker system; Comments by Major Mike Brewer on the results of the system's testing.


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