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- The Rockwell RPRV-870 HiMAT (Highly Maneuverable Aircraft Technology) is an experimental remotely piloted aircraft that was produced for a NASA program...
- The Maneuverable Reentry Vehicle (abbreviated MARV or MaRV) is a type of ballistic missile whose warhead is capable of autonomously tracking ground targets...
- Energy–maneuverability theory is a model of aircraft performance. It was developed by Col. John Boyd, a fighter pilot, and Thomas P. Christie, a mathematician...
- vehicles). Upgrade components include firepower, survivability and maneuverability. IMI also produces a wide range of defensive products such as vehicle...
- its forward-swept wing that gave the aircraft excellent agility and maneuverability. While serial production of the type never materialized, the sole aircraft...
- endurance race. The dynamic events include hill climbs, sled pulls, maneuverability events, rock crawls, and suspension & traction events. Previously the...
- post-stall analyses are increasingly used in recent years to advance maneuverability via the use of thrust vectoring engine nozzles. Russian emphasis on...
- Enhanced Fighter Maneuverability program to provide additional control authority in pitch and yaw, for significantly more maneuverability than most conventional...
- steering for super-maneuverability during the kill-stage. A three-pulse motor provides additional acceleration and maneuverability during the terminal...
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