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  • Fairol Hamzah
    A HUD - Head Up Display - is a means of presenting information to the pilot in the line of their external forward vision which projects key flight instrument data onto a small 'see-through' screen positioned just in front of the pilot line of sight looking ahead out of the aircraft.
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