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head-up display Definition (US DoD)

Official definition of the United States Department of the term head-up display .

head-up display Definition (US DoD)

Official definition of the United States Department of the term head-up display .

head-up display



(*) A display of flight, navigation, attack, or other information superimposed upon the pilot’s forward field of view. Also called HUD. See also flight; horizontal situation display. (JP 3-09.1) health service logistic support — A functional area of logistic support that supports the joint force surgeon’s health service support mission. It includes supplying Class VIII medical supplies (medical materiel to include medical peculiar repair parts used to sustain the health service support system), optical fabrication, medical equipment maintenance, blood storage and distribution, and medical gases. Also called HSLS. See also health service support; joint force surgeon. (JP 4-02.1) (US DoD)
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