Were latest helicopter avionics upgrades used to help kill Osama Bin Laden? The Avionics Intelligence video blog

Avionics Intelligence video blog -- The U.S. Army has been hard at work developing new avionics and other important technologies to upgrade the nation's front-line military helicopters. Some of these new avionics technologies may have been used in the hunt for terrorist leader Osama Bin Laden, as John McHale speculates in the Avionics Intelligence video blog.

Avionics Intelligence video blog -- The U.S. Army has been hard at work developing new avionics and other important technologies to upgrade the nation's front-line military helicopters. Some of these new avionics technologies may have been used in the hunt for terrorist leader Osama Bin Laden, as John McHale speculates in the Avionics Intelligence video blog.

For more, please see:

-- DARPA launches Sandblaster helicopter avionics program;

-- Army looks to helicopter avionics upgrades and technology insertion in the absence of new rotorcraft programs;

-- Army uses open-systems standards for helicopter avionics;

-- Boeing to upgrade AH-64 attack helicopter avionics to convert 72 early model helicopters to Longbow Apache version;

-- Lockheed Martin to upgrade Navy MH-60R helicopter avionics with situational awareness improvements;

-- Helicopter flight data analysis: how important and how much?;

-- Barco avionics displays selected for helicopter contract; and

-- Elbit helicopter avionics designers choose tactical data link from Elisra for airborne situational awareness.

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