Sooner or later, spin (or sin) has to be paid for. From 2007.
The aircraft has been flying with its innovative new helmet-mounted display system since April 4, and Beesley was very impressed by the helmet, which exhibited no latency or stability problems, and that worked so well that he “forgot he was wearing it”.
The F-35 gets a new helmet. Simply because the original one would not work. They play it off like it is a temporary solution, but going back to the original Buck Rogers fantasy will need real, proven performance.
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Gee... that doesn't look like this...
CAIV will continue with more erosion of program hopes and dreams. That is if the F-35 doesn't get cancelled.