Fighter Aircraft Command, Control and Communication Enhancement (FACE II)

Allow pilots to communicate beyond line of sight effectively without major modification to the aircraft.

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To make for a more secure and effective force, the FACE II relays critical information to mission commanders in real time using Iridium satellite equipment. Pilots can make and receive phone calls, messages and radio communications, all through a simple-to-install aircraft wing mount designed for AIM-9/AIM-120 ordinances. The mounts can be exchanged between aircraft quickly and efficiently.

FACE II operation augments the existing Rules of Engagement, ensuring no disruption of existing operational methods. It provides key elements in both homeland security and battlefield mission success. Anywhere in the world.

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