Lockheed’s Earlier ‘Magic’

Abracadabra , about a flight-control system for carrier landings that goes by the tortured acronym “Magic Carpet,” describes the system as new technology “developed by the U.S. Navy and British researchers.” The essence is that “the flaps are not fully deflected, and the flight-control system uses...

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