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William Camp
I'm getting sleepy ...
lol thats exactly what I was thinking
Edward Sweat
VAW-123 "Screwtops" based at NAS Norfolk, VA
Allen Herskowitz
Do you know how long the E-2 has been in service? I don't recall the exact service date of the first E-2A but it was the early 1960's or before. I do know for certain that the computer on board, a Litton built machine called the L-304, used a rotating drum storage system as the heart of the ATDS (Airborne Tactical Data System)
Grant MacGregor
+1 !
Now that's a way to build some turbine time fast and hypnotize look-down observers.
Yes, sleepy-time for me too.
Thomas Chulski
Another great product of Grumman Iron Works.


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