CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla., May 16, 2003. VDC Display Systems has been awarded $3.4 Million in additional orders from The Boeing Company for visual display systems for the Air Force F-15, F-16 and T-38 flight simulation and training systems for delivery over the next 18 months. The trainers provide for a typical range of training maneuvers - from formation flight, air refueling, weapons delivery, air-to-air and air-to-ground combat, emergency procedures, and take-off landings.
The VDC division is also a major supplier of visual display systems for the Army Apache Longbow helicopter, the Navy F/A-18, Air Force F-22, and the Marine Stinger Weapon Trainer.
VDC Display Systems provides its customized, visual-display solutions to the military and industrial training, command and control, design centers and 3-D virtual reality markets, and to the custom home theater market. Its custom products include the industry's highest rated, ruggedized visual display system that is used for all mission-critical shipboard applications on Navy carriers, Aegis class cruisers and destroyers.
During the past 15 years, VDC Display Systems' personnel have supported the growth of projection display technology for advanced, leading edge applications.
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VDC Display Systems is a wholly owned division of Video Display Corporation, a supplier of display products and components for the display industry. VDC's product line consists of a wide variety of electron optic parts for OEM cathode ray tube and monitor manufacturers; monochrome and color CRTs for medical, military, industrial and television applications; CRT and AMLCD monitor displays for specialty high performance instrumentation and ruggedized requirements; CRT projection display systems for military, industrial and consumer markets and replacement parts for the consumer electronics industry.
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