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AFRL developing a augmented reality System for inspections of aircraft

AFRL developing a augmented reality System for inspections of aircraft

The U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory’s Materials and Manufacturing Directorate is developing a capability that uses the augmented reality technology to display all necessary information for performing an aircraft inspection within the user’s field of view, eliminating the need to view information from multiple sources simultaneously. The Materials and Manufacturing …

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Can an old F-15 Strike Eagle fighter jet beat a new F-35 Lightning II Stealth Fighter jet in a Dogfight?

Can an old F-15 Strike Eagle fighter jet beat a new F-35 Lightning II Stealth Fighter jet in a Dogfight?

The F-15SA is an extremely formidable multirole fighter—possibly the single best fourth generation fighter the United States has ever produced. When the Boeing F-15A first flew in July 1972, the Eagle was the ultimate air superiority fighter. Fast, high-flying, agile and built around a massive APG-63 pulse-doppler radar, the Soviet …

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