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Del Mar DH-20

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Eagle "Helicycle"

Plint Hickman LTC (Ret), e-mail, 07.07.2011 18:57

During the early R&D phase I was responsible for the Human Factors/Man Machine Interface Trade Off Analysis (TOA) The LHX had a lot of potential but was just too expensive. Especially with the end of the Cold War. But we all got to see the fan T/R in Pakistan and I bet alot of the HF/MMI technologies are flying throughout the world today. Thanks to DR Tom Furness, Dick Armstrong and last but definitely not least; Colonel Clark Burnett for giving us the support and top cover "to and go see what's out there".

shoes, e-mail, 17.06.2011 07:06

what I need is the 3D views of the aircraft.

1337painless, 08.03.2011 15:51

Looks stealthy and reminds me of the RAH-66 helicopter.

SR71ALPHA, e-mail, 02.08.2010 00:55

Amazing design and art but what I need is the 3D views of the aircraft.

Zafada, e-mail, 19.07.2008 03:59


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