A Decade After Women Were First Allowed To Fly In IAF
When Alice Miller demanded the Israeli Supreme Court allow her
to take the Israeli Air Force pilots' exam in 1994, she had a
meeting with then-President Ezer Weizman. The president was not
very sympathetic. "Tell me, do you see men knitting socks? Only
when pigs fly will women be pilots," he said, as quoted by the
Raytheon AESA Radar Navigates Smoothly Through Flight
A revolutionary Raytheon radar that scans the skies at nearly
the speed of light is navigating through flight tests aboard the US
Navy F/A-18 E/F Super Hornet in anticipation of operational
readiness by September 2006.
Demonstrating cutting-edge experience in satellite navigation
dating back half a decade, ARINC Engineering Services, LLC will
join the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International
(AUVSI) next week in exhibiting recent developments in SATNAV for
unmanned vehicle operations at Farnborough International 2004.