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  • I thought Sam was on that missile. ” “Sam was, ” replied Secora. “We had a live data-link established with him.

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  • It's long been the case that the limiting factor in fighter performance is the pilot - put him or her on the ground with a joystick and a top-notch data-link to fly the beast, and let the aircraft loose.

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  • It's long been the case that the limiting factor in fighter performance is the pilot - put him or her on the ground with a joystick and a top-notch data-link to fly the beast, and let the aircraft loose.

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  • The second stage, to run until 2009, will install new data-link communications systems and provide a helmet-mounted display so pilots don't have to look down at their instruments.

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  • Uhura forced herself to focus on estimating the extent of damage to the data-link boards and how it could have been repaired if only she had a repair kit.

    Firestorm

  • He reached the data-link module at last and tugged out its central transmitting controller, then erupted into cursing.

    Firestorm

  • Until he shakes them, he's not going to feel comfortable coming up to data-link with those fighters.

    Nuke Zone

  • We also have to assume that they have the ability to make live broadcasts using the same data-link.

    Pressure Point

  • We also have to assume that they have the ability to make live broadcasts using the same data-link.

    Pressure Point

  • According to the data-link picture, three helicopters were backing Battleaxe up, and the British frigate had interposed herself on the line from the contact to the amphibious ships.

    Red Storm Rising

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