Categories: Nuclear Weapons

Operational Suitability Test of the LABS Computer – 19 November 1953

The goal of this study was to determine the operational suitability of the LABS equipment for use in delivering atomic weapons from fighter aircraft under conditions of low ceiling and visibility. The investigations included a determination of obtainable accuracy, functional reliability, tactics and techniques, and training requirements.

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Operational Suitability Test of the LABS Computer – 19 November 1953 [58 Pages, 10.2MB]

 

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This post was published on December 12, 2023 3:19 pm

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