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Marshall Albert H: Laser system for weapon fire simulation. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Navy, Sciascia Richard S, Pease John W, August 12, 1975: US3898747 (59 worldwide citation)

A weapon direct fire kill simulator system in which a laser transmitter ms of dual mode, narrow and broad beam projection, capability, a hit receiver-actuator means and hit indication means all fixed to a weapon to be simulated and having a trigger switch are combined with a man target means having ...


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Herndon John W: Wide-angle on-axis projection system. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Navy, Sciascia R S, Pease John W, April 29, 1975: US3880509 (21 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a wide-angle common axis projection system wherein a eflector and a see-through beam splitter reflector are combined with a projector means having a wide angle lens and a display screen of spherical shape to develop on-axis image projection for wide-angle display in relation t ...


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Mohon Windell N: Laser type weapon fire simulation system. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Navy, Sciascia Richard S, Pease John W, October 14, 1975: US3911598 (11 worldwide citation)

A laser type weapon fire simulation system in which a laser type weapon simulator capable of producing a laser beam when fired is combined with a holographic means capable of producing a three dimensional virtual image of a target and with a detector screen means to provide the effect of realism in ...


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Mohon Windell N, Breglia Denis R, Rodemann Alfred H: Direct fire weapon simulator system. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Navy, Sciascia Richard S, Pease John W, November 4, 1975: US3916536 (8 worldwide citation)

A heavy direct fire weapon such as a howitzer normally fired from a lanyard ord and having a projectile barrel with detachable muzzle brake having spaced inwardly directed flanges, is provided with a laser fire type simulation system in which a laser and power pack are fitted in a mounting means com ...


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Phillips Edwin N: Ultra high frequency impedance adjustment means. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Navy, Sciascia Richard S, Pease John W, September 9, 1975: US3904995 (7 worldwide citation)

An improved cavity type ultra high frequency impedance matching means in ch tuning is accomplished by providing the inner and outer conductors of a feed line having a relatively small diameter as compared to an associated tuning cavity means and in which the shorting disc comprises radially moveable ...


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Kardon Samuel, Curry Carlton J: Plug for plug nozzles. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Navy, Warfield Joseph C, Pease John W, Miller John F, December 30, 1975: US3929289 (6 worldwide citation)

A plug for rocket motor plug nozzles has a shell constructed of a thermally nisotropic material, bulk preoriented pyroltic graphite. The shell material is oriented to serve as both an insulator and as a heat conductor to divert heat to various heat sinks. Resilient fastening means are employed to al ...


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Dyer Frederick N: Hidden knowledge detector. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Navy, Sciascia Richard S, Pease John W, September 16, 1975: US3905132 (3 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for identification and assessment of specific interests and knodge of an individual comprising a display medium, projection screen or television for example, and an image generator, such as a slide projector, for presenting to a testee, for immediate recognition of color only, a series of ...


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Hom William R, Jaklitsch Frederick J, Bennighof Raymond H: Radar target simulator using no electrical connection to radar. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Navy, Tompkins Raymond I, Pease John W, Miller John F, August 5, 1975: US3898662 (3 worldwide citation)

A device for simulating a target on the display screen of a victim radar ch may be remotely located from the device. No electrical connections between the device and the victim radar are required. Therefore the device may be surreptitiously used on enemy or non-cooperating radar.