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Inventor:
Dillon; Richard Matthew
Address:
Camarillo, CA
No. of patents:
2
Patents:












Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7866246 Method for rapid countermeasure deployment using a pod January 11, 2011
The invention generally relates to a method of using a pod to rapidly deploy defensive countermeasures from a wide variety of manned aircraft. The method includes using a configurable pod for dispensing different types of infrared countermeasure (IRCM) devices and different types of
7614334 Common services pod for dispensing countermeasure devices November 10, 2009
The invention generally relates to a pod based countermeasure dispensing system for external mounting on wide variety of manned aircraft. The pod based system is readily configurable for dispensing different types of infrared countermeasure (IRCM) devices and different types of radio










 
 
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