A missile being fired at a target from U.S. Navy F8U-1 Crusader fighter plane, United States.
United States USA Date:1961 Duration:9 min 6 sec Sound:Yes
Training film about APS-67 Radar operating system and an intercept mission by U.S. Navy F8U-1 Crusader fighter aircraft, United States. F8U-1E and F8U-2 in flight. APS-67 Radar installation shows intercept and attack procedures. F8U-1 in flight. Pilot turns radar function switch in stand by mode and radar gain all the way down. Brilliance control being adjusted before artificial horizon is achieved. FTC switch being turned to normal and tune knob is set to auto by pilot to achieve automatic radar tuning. Pilot presses test button. Radar scope in view. Master command switch is turned on. Radar is operated in search mode. Animation details intercept operation. F8U -1 in flight. Target appears on a radar scope. Artificial horizon seen on a radar scope. Pilot adjusts minimum range control. Radar scope shows exact position of target. Animation depicts the target. Missile being fired from F8U-1. Target explodes.
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