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F-15 / F-18 V-22
Multifunction Information Distribution System (MIDS)
Fighter Data Link (FDL) Approximately 800 Units In
The Field. Replaced a FAILED Dip Brazed Assembly
Electronic Fuel Display (EFD) Replaced Dip Brazed
Assembly - 26 PC Parts To Complete Assembly.
Over 700 Units In The Field.
BAE Systems / GE Aerospace / Boeing
A variety of air-to-air weaponry can be carried by the F-15. An automated weapon system enables the pilot to perform aerial combat safely and effectively, using the heads-up display and the avionics and weapons controls located on the engine throttles or control stick.
The V-22's development process has been long and controversial, partly due to its large cost increases. The V-22's development budget was first planned for $2.5 billion in 1986, then increased to a projected $30 billion in 1988. As of 2008, $27 billion had been spent on the Osprey program and another $27.2 billion will be required to complete planned production numbers by the end of the program.