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  • With his own money, he had a Chicago company build him a full-sized monoplane with a 24-foot, mast-mounted wooden rotor on top.

    The Dream Machine

  • With his own money, he had a Chicago company build him a full-sized monoplane with a 24-foot, mast-mounted wooden rotor on top.

    The Dream Machine

  • With his own money, he had a Chicago company build him a full-sized monoplane with a 24-foot, mast-mounted wooden rotor on top.

    The Dream Machine

  • Tonight, the missile would be guided autonomously through the laser designator in a mast-mounted sight.

    Deception Point

  • Tonight, the missile would be guided autonomously through the laser designator in a mast-mounted sight.

    Deception Point

  • I do have Titan 2 dual-band mast-mounted preamps in both locations, used so I can DX from New York City (64 miles over 2 hills) and Scranton - Wilkes-Barre (71 miles over 2 hills).

    B&C - Advertising News

  • The AGM-114L "Longbow Hellfire" adds a millimeter-wave radar seeker, and is integrated with the mast-mounted radar on AH-64D Apache helicopters.

    Defense Industry Daily

  • Management System (WINBMS), See-Through-Armor (STA), Local Situational Awareness System (LSAS) and an external vehicle mast-mounted observation pod, turning the new Dual RWS into a highly effective sensor-to-shooter and observer-to-shooter weapon station.

    Space Business and Industry News at SpaceMart.com

  • For example, the ARH-70's demise has created a new requirement to replace the "obsolete" mast-mounted sensor on the OH-58D.

    HEADLINES

  • One of their most critical pieces of equipment is their mast-mounted sight, which was originally developed to let the Kiowa Warriors watch Soviet tank formations while hovering behind trees.

    Defense Industry Daily

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