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  • 16:08, 25 January 2012 Davidboslaugh (Talk | contribs) uploaded "File:Vertical Launch .jpg" ‎ (A SM-3 standard missile emerging from the vertical launch system magazine aboard the Aegis cruiser USS Lake Erie in a test flight against a ballistic missile launched from the pacific missile range, November 2005. It knocked down the ballistic missile. U.)
  • 16:06, 25 January 2012 Davidboslaugh (Talk | contribs) uploaded "File:VLS on Ticon Cl Cruiser .jpg" ‎ (A view of the Mark 41 vertical launch system doors aboard a Ticonderoga Class cruiser, March 2003. The VLS magazine requires far less volume for a given number of Aegis standard missiles than the preceding pointing launcher systems, and gave the Ticondero)
  • 16:04, 25 January 2012 Davidboslaugh (Talk | contribs) uploaded "File:Spruance & Ticonderoga .jpg .jpg" ‎ (The lead ships of two ship classes built on the same hull and using the same gas turbine main propulsion plant. The destroyer Spruance is at left and the Aegis cruiser Ticonderoga is at right. U.S. Navy photo. )
  • 16:02, 25 January 2012 Davidboslaugh (Talk | contribs) uploaded "File:USS Wayne Meyer .jpg" ‎ (The Aegis guided missile destroyer USS Wayne E. Meyer in San Diego Bay, February 2011. U.S. Navy photo.)
  • 16:00, 25 January 2012 Davidboslaugh (Talk | contribs) uploaded "File:Wayne Meyer .jpg" ‎ (Retired Rear Admiral Wayne E. Meyer at a ceremony marking the 100th Aegis Combat System delivered to the U.S. Navy, 27 November 2006. U.S. Navy photo.)
  • 15:57, 25 January 2012 Davidboslaugh (Talk | contribs) uploaded "File:Norton Sound W SPY-1 .jpg" ‎ (The missile test ship USS Norton Sound with prototype Aegis missile system installed, 1980. Only one array of the SPY-1 radar was installed - on the starboard side of the deckhouse. The array on the port side is a dummy to give the ship some symmetry. U.S)
  • 15:55, 25 January 2012 Davidboslaugh (Talk | contribs) uploaded "File:Cornfield Cruiser .jpg" ‎ (The cruiser in a cornfield. The Aegis Combat System engineering test site near Moorestown, NJ, is a commissioned Navy activity. A SPY-1 planar antenna array can be seen at the forward edge of the superstructure. Lockheed Martin Corp. photo.)
  • 15:53, 25 January 2012 Davidboslaugh (Talk | contribs) uploaded "File:Spruance .jpg" ‎ (USS Spruance, the lead ship of a class of 31 destroyers, was the first USN gas turbine propelled ship. Spruance class hull and propulsion plant also formed the basis for the 27 ships of the Ticonderoga Aegis cruiser class. U.S. Navy photo )
  • 15:52, 25 January 2012 Davidboslaugh (Talk | contribs) uploaded "File:Typhon radar .jpg" ‎ (Close-up of the Typhon radar installed in USS Norton Sound. U.S. Navy photo. )
  • 15:50, 25 January 2012 Davidboslaugh (Talk | contribs) uploaded "File:Norton Sound W Typhon .jpg" ‎ (The guided missile test ship USS Norton Sound (AVM 1) fitted with the small-ship version of the Typhon AN/SPG-59 radar, 1964. U.S. Navy photo. )
  • 15:48, 25 January 2012 Davidboslaugh (Talk | contribs) uploaded "File:Missouri NAVMACS .jpg" ‎ (An AN/UYK-20 minicomputer, center with red nameplate, in a reproduction of the Battleship Missouri’s Naval Modular Automated Communication System (NAVMACS). Taken aboard the museum battleship Missouri. Photo by Bruce C. Murray, Battleship Missouri Amateur)
  • 15:46, 25 January 2012 Davidboslaugh (Talk | contribs) uploaded "File:UYK-20 Photo .jpg" ‎ (Close up of an AN/UYK-20 16-bit Navy standard minicomputer with door open. Photo by Bruce C. Murray, Battleship Missouri Amateur Radio Club. )
  • 15:45, 25 January 2012 Davidboslaugh (Talk | contribs) uploaded "File:UYK-7 Memory .jpg" ‎ (AN/UYK-7 computer memory module. Univac Division of Sperry Rand Corp. photo. )
  • 15:42, 25 January 2012 Davidboslaugh (Talk | contribs) uploaded "File:UYK-7 Modular Comp .jpg" ‎ (AN/UYK-7 computer modules. Univac Division of Sperry Rand Corp. photo. )
  • 15:39, 25 January 2012 Davidboslaugh (Talk | contribs) uploaded "File:UYK-7 .jpg" ‎ (Two banks of four each AN/UYK-7 computers in a land based programming/test site. Univac Division of Sperry Rand Corp. photo. )
  • 15:37, 25 January 2012 Davidboslaugh (Talk | contribs) uploaded "File:CP-890 .jpg" ‎ (The Univac CP-890 computer built for the Trident ballistic missile program as a navigation computer was generally based on NASA’s Univac 1230 telemetry processing computer, but used a combination of discrete transistors and integrated circuits. This allow)
  • 15:34, 25 January 2012 Davidboslaugh (Talk | contribs) uploaded "File:CP-855 .jpg" ‎ (In late 1964 the Bureau of Ships began acquiring a new computer for NASA remote tracking sites to process telemetry data for the Apollo program. The resultant Univac 1230 computer was housed in a CP-642B cabinet and used CP-642B logic cards, but had a num)
  • 15:32, 25 January 2012 Davidboslaugh (Talk | contribs) uploaded "File:CP-667 .jpg" ‎ (A Univac CP-667 computer built for the Navy’s Mobile Operational Control Center project which was cancelled at the DOD level. It used first generation integrated circuits technology, and in its time it was the most powerful computer in Navy inventory, but)
  • 15:30, 25 January 2012 Davidboslaugh (Talk | contribs) uploaded "File:UYK-8 .jpg" ‎ (A depiction of the Marine Tactical Data System AN/UYK-8 computer used in the upgraded Beach Relay Link-11 communication system. The original Beach Relay computer was an air cooled version of the CP-642 NTDS Unit computer, and the UYK-8 used the same 30-bi)
  • 15:25, 25 January 2012 Davidboslaugh (Talk | contribs) uploaded "File:Tartar launcher .jpg" ‎ (Tartar surface-to-air missile launcher. U.S. Navy photo.)
  • 15:24, 25 January 2012 Davidboslaugh (Talk | contribs) uploaded "File:ASROC Launcher .jpg" ‎ (An Anti-submarine Rocket (ASROC) launcher aboard the heavy cruiser Columbus, 1962. U.S. Navy photo.)
  • 15:22, 25 January 2012 Davidboslaugh (Talk | contribs) uploaded "File:Three-inch gun .jpg" ‎ (A Three-inch/50 caliber Mark 33 twin gun mount aboard the aircraft carrier Wasp. U.S. Navy photo.)
  • 15:19, 25 January 2012 Davidboslaugh (Talk | contribs) uploaded "File:1219 .jpg" ‎ (By 1963 Univac saw a market for an upgraded version of the 1218 computer having twice the speed and twice the memory capacity of their 1218. Their new 1219 used the same 18-bit instruction set architecture as the 1218. Among other uses the USN employed th)
  • 15:17, 25 January 2012 Davidboslaugh (Talk | contribs) uploaded "File:1218 .jpg" ‎ (In 1962 Univac management sensed the need for a militarized computer having about half the computing power of the NTDS unit computer, and began developing the 1218 computer with their own funds. It had an 18-bit word length and held from four thousand to )
  • 19:52, 25 November 2011 Davidboslaugh (Talk | contribs) uploaded "File:CP-808 .jpg" ‎ (The Marine's CP-808 computer for the Beach Relay was an NTDS CP-642B unit computer modified for air cooling rather than the shipboard computer's water cooling system. Univac Division of Sperry Rand Corp. photo.)
  • 20:06, 16 November 2011 Davidboslaugh (Talk | contribs) uploaded "File:S-3A Viking .jpg" ‎ (A Lockheed S-3A ‘Viking’ carrier based anti submarine airplane with magnetic anomaly boom extended. The Viking had fully automated inputs from its sensor systems into an airborne digital computer. It could also communicate on the NTDS tactical data networ)
  • 20:04, 16 November 2011 Davidboslaugh (Talk | contribs) uploaded "File:S-2F Tracker .jpg" ‎ (A Grumman S-2F ‘Tracker’ anti submarine airplane about to be launched from the catapult of the aircraft carrier USS Bennington. U.S. Navy photo. )
  • 20:03, 16 November 2011 Davidboslaugh (Talk | contribs) uploaded "File:P-3 Orion .jpg" ‎ (A Lockheed P-3 ‘Orion’ maritime patrol airplane off the coast of Hawaii. Orions were the first USN submarine hunting airplanes to have a digital computerized submarine detection and classification system, and could also communicate on the NTDS tactical da)
  • 20:01, 16 November 2011 Davidboslaugh (Talk | contribs) uploaded "File:P-2V .jpg" ‎ (A Lockheed P-2V ‘Neptune’ maritime patrol aircraft over the Atlantic, 1964. A magnetic anomaly detector (MAD) for detecting the presence of submerged submarines is housed in the fairing extending back from the tail. U.S. Navy photo.)
  • 20:00, 16 November 2011 Davidboslaugh (Talk | contribs) uploaded "File:E-2C .jpg" ‎ (Hawkeye AEW/C planes are still flying in 2011 in their third incarnation, designated E-2C. Here an E-2C makes its landing approach to the attack carrier John C. Stennis. More powerful turboprop engines in the C version necessitated eight-bladed propeller)
  • 19:57, 16 November 2011 Davidboslaugh (Talk | contribs) uploaded "File:E-2 Landing .jpg" ‎ (The instant of landing impact of an E-2 AEW/C aircraft aboard the attack carrier Harry S. Truman. The impact causes ripples to show in the fuselage skin, but they disappear when the fuselage flexes back into shape. The plane’s tail hook is about to engage)
  • 19:30, 16 November 2011 Davidboslaugh (Talk | contribs) uploaded "File:E-2 Interior .jpg" ‎ (Lieutenant Commander Gandolfo Prisinzano, USN, uses a light pen to assign targets to interceptors at his Airborne Tactical Data System console in the interior of an E-2 Hawkeye AEW/C aircraft. U.S. Navy photo. )
  • 19:28, 16 November 2011 Davidboslaugh (Talk | contribs) uploaded "File:E-2 Cockpit .jpg" ‎ (Inside the E-2’s cockpit. U.S. Navy photo.)
  • 19:27, 16 November 2011 Davidboslaugh (Talk | contribs) uploaded "File:E-2 in flight .jpg" ‎ (Grumman E-2 ‘Hawkeye’ airborne early warning and control airplane (originally designated W2F-1) in flight. In this craft the AN/APS-96 combined search and height finding radar did not rotate inside the radome, bur rather the entire radome assembly rotated)
  • 19:26, 16 November 2011 Davidboslaugh (Talk | contribs) uploaded "File:Grumman E-1B AEW .jpg" ‎ (A Grumman E-1B ‘Tracer’ airborne warning and control (AEW/C) airplane unfolds its wings in preparation for launching from the carrier USS Hancock. It can be appreciated why the AN/APS-82 radome gave the BUAER aerodynamicists some problems. The plane not o)
  • 19:24, 16 November 2011 Davidboslaugh (Talk | contribs) uploaded "File:EC 121 Interior .jpg" ‎ (The interior of a U.S. Air Force EC-121 ‘Warning Star’ aircraft, showing the radar operators at work. U.S. Air Force photo. )
  • 19:23, 16 November 2011 Davidboslaugh (Talk | contribs) uploaded "File:WV-2 AEW .jpg" ‎ (A Navy WV-2 airborne early warning Lockheed Constellation passes over USS Sellstrom, a radar picket destroyer escort on the Distant Early Warning (DEW) Line off the Newfoundland coast in March 1957. The WV-2’s designation was later changed to EC-121 in a)
  • 19:22, 16 November 2011 Davidboslaugh (Talk | contribs) uploaded a new version of "File:Guardian .jpg" ‎ (The carrier based Grumman AF-2W ‘Guardian was the last type to be fitted with the AN/APS-20 airborne radar, but in this case the craft was not an airborne early warning airplane, but rather a submarine hunter. It would fly with a companion Guardian that w)
  • 19:20, 16 November 2011 Davidboslaugh (Talk | contribs) uploaded a new version of "File:Guardian .jpg" ‎ (The carrier based Grumman AF-2W ‘Guardian was the last type to be fitted with the AN/APS-20 airborne radar, but in this case the craft was not an airborne early warning airplane, but rather a submarine hunter. It would fly with a companion Guardian that w)
  • 19:19, 16 November 2011 Davidboslaugh (Talk | contribs) uploaded "File:Guardian .jpg" ‎ (The carrier based Grumman AF-2W ‘Guardian was the last type to be fitted with the AN/APS-20 airborne radar, but in this case the craft was not an airborne early warning airplane, but rather a submarine hunter. It would fly with a companion Guardian that w)
  • 19:18, 16 November 2011 Davidboslaugh (Talk | contribs) uploaded "File:AD-5W Skyraider .jpg" ‎ (AD-5W Douglas ‘Skyraiders,’ modified to cary a belly mounted AN/APS-20 radar and two radar operators, were the replacements for aging carrier based Avenger airborne early warning airplanes. Photo taken in July 1957. U.S. Navy photo. )
  • 19:17, 16 November 2011 Davidboslaugh (Talk | contribs) uploaded a new version of "File:PB-1W .jpg" ‎ (A land based Navy PB-1W patrol bomber/airborne early warning airplane converted from a Boeing B-17G bomber. The PB-1W kept its complement of machine guns because it was to be stationed in the direction from which Kamikazes were expected to attack, and mig)
  • 19:17, 16 November 2011 Davidboslaugh (Talk | contribs) uploaded "File:PB-1W .jpg" ‎ (A land based Navy PB-1W patrol bomber/airborne early warning airplane converted from a Boeing B-17G bomber. The PB-1W kept its complement of machine guns because it was to be stationed in the direction from which Kamikazes were expected to attack, and mig)
  • 19:15, 16 November 2011 Davidboslaugh (Talk | contribs) uploaded "File:TBM-3W AEW .jpg" ‎ (The U.S. Navy’s earliest airborne early warning aircraft, a Grumman TBM-3W converted from a Grumman ‘Avenger’ torpedo bomber. The AN/APS-20 airborne microwave radar dome can be seen slung below the fuselage. Also visible is one of the tail finlets needed )
  • 19:14, 16 November 2011 Davidboslaugh (Talk | contribs) uploaded "File:Blue Ridge .jpg" ‎ (The fleet command ship (formerly amphibious command ship) USS Blue Ridge (LCC 19) in May 2008. The extensive set of communications antennas, including satellite antennas, can be seen. Blue Ridge and her sister ship USS Mount Whitney are still active in 2)
  • 19:13, 16 November 2011 Davidboslaugh (Talk | contribs) uploaded "File:Khe Sanh. jpg.jpg" ‎ (A typical day at the Khe Sanh Marine Base during the 1968 Tet Offensive when the Viet Cong failed in their siege attempt. Department of Defense photo.)
  • 19:11, 16 November 2011 Davidboslaugh (Talk | contribs) uploaded "File:Monkey Mountain 2 .jpg" ‎ (U.S. Air Force troposcatter communications antennas on Monkey Mountain. The large antennas in the foreground were 120 feet high and supported a radio link to a USAF installation in Thailand. Had the U.S. won the Vietnam War, this installation, and others )
  • 19:09, 16 November 2011 Davidboslaugh (Talk | contribs) uploaded "File:Monkey Mountain Lit .jpg" ‎ (A closer view of the MTDS installation on Monkey Mountain. The protective blast walls around the equipment shelters can be seen. Litton Industries photo. )
  • 19:07, 16 November 2011 Davidboslaugh (Talk | contribs) uploaded "File:MACS-4 on Mky Mt .jpg" ‎ (Another view of the MACS-4 MTDS installation on Monkey Mountain . Two circular AS-1310 circular HF antennas used for NTDS tactical data link connectivity can be seen at the left. USMC photo. )
  • 19:05, 16 November 2011 Davidboslaugh (Talk | contribs) uploaded "File:Monkey Mountain 1 .jpg" ‎ (Marine Air Control Squadron-4’s Tactical Air Operations Center on Monkey Mountain near Da Nang. The city of Da Nang and it’s airport can be seen in the background. The gray radome in the background houses the AN/TPS-22 long range search radar and the whit)
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