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Persian Gulf / United States Military / Night Flight #125642

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Oct 07, 1990
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) Report introduced.

(Luke Air Force Base, Arizona: Gary Shepard) New system for American night attack planes in Persian Gulf area featured; scenes shown. [Weapons system operator Lieutenant Colonel John WYATT, voice of F-16 pilot Major Steve HORTON, F-15 pilot Lieutenant Colonel Terry BRANSON, weapons system operator Major Steve FARROW - comment on new system.] System known as "Lantern," which combines infrared and radar technologies so that pilots can see an electronic picture of the landscape, explained; scenes shown of the radar system and how it works.

Shepard, Gary;
Simpson, Carole

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