Naval Aspects of the Farnborough Air Show

September 2002
Sea Power;Sep2002, Vol. 45 Issue 9, p28
Focuses on the naval aspects of the Farnborough Air Show in the United States. Display of naval aircraft avionics, missiles, electronic warfare systems and subsystems; BAE Systems' across-the-range offering of products and services.


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