|Title:||EARSHOT Issue 65|
|Date:||circa Jan 1987|
Folded sheets, loose
210x297 mm page (ISO A4)
|Location:||Document Chest 1|
Sword of Homour presented to Borehamwood site by the British Safety Council
T2A systems (Total Terrain Avionics) starting flight evaluation and development in a Hunter aircraft at RAE Farnborough.
Long Service Awards 1986
GEC Avionics won over £300 million worth of export orders for aviation equipment in the Financial Year ending March 1986.
ADD Rochester receives $72 million order from General Dynamics for LANTIRN HUD.
$56 million order from US for SCADC for Rochester
Power conversion systems Division, Nailsea, receives order from McDonnell Douglas for a power converter for the Harpoon Missile.
Airadio Products Division, Basildon, has received an order for its lightweight Tactical Air Navigation (TACAN) systems for the British Army Air Corps Gazelle Helicopter.
Electro-Optical Products Division, Basildon, receives a new order from the MoD to supply Thermal Imaging Sensors to equip Peacock Class Patrol Craft operated by the Royal Navy in Hong Kong.
Airadio Products Division, Basildon, receives a multi-million contract to supply advanced ECM resistant radios for frant line service with the GR5 Harrier fleet of the Royal Air Force.
Welwyn Science Fair