Issue No. 06 - September (1983 vol. 3)
Piloting today's ultrasophisticated fighters and bombers requires a tremendous amount of information that is immediately accessible and rapidly comprehensible. Providing a pilot with that information is one of the goals of Aeronautical Systems Division's Flight Dynamics Laboratory at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio, where laboratory and contractor engineers have upgraded the Flight Control Division's single-seat, large-amplitude multimode aerospace research simulator, or LAMARS, and the two-seat fighterbomber simulator to simulate terrain following/terrain avoidance, threat detection/threat avoidance, and other aspects of an aerial battlefield scenario.
"Application Briefs," in IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, vol. 3, no. , pp. 100-101, 1983.