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F-18 SRA

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F-18 SRA color art Feb 1998 EG-0039-01 93 KBytes 255 KBytes 945 KBytes 163 KBytes
F-18 SRA 3-View line art Feb 1998 EG-0039-02 29 KBytes 68 KBytes 120 KBytes 194 KBytes
F-18 SRA color inflight art Feb 1998 EG-0039-03 39 KBytes 101 KBytes 280 KBytes 608 KBytes

The F-18 Systems Research Aircraft (SRA) is currently being flown by NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards, California, in a multi-year, joint NASA/DOD/industry program. The F/A-18 former Navy fighter has been modified into a unique test aircraft to investigate a host of new technologies in the areas of flight controls, airdata sensing and advanced computing.

Last Modified: June 24, 2003
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