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Smith, Robert (ed.) / The Wisconsin engineer
Vol. 70, No. 6 (March 1966)

[Cover] The Wisconsin engineer,   pp. [unnumbered]-6



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Westinghouse electrical systems for jet aircraft are so reliable
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they are now standard equipment on all these commercial jets
Westinghouse electrical systems
supply the electric power for most of
the commercial jet aircraft in the free
world.
  This is because Westinghouse sys-
tems are so reliable.
  They have to be. Passenger safety
and comfort depend on them.
  Westinghouse systems supply the
electric power required for flight con-
trol of the aircraft and for other vital
things like fuel pumps, navigational
gear, warning and indicating systems,
deicing equipment and radar.
  Westinghouse reliability has cut
electricalsystem rnaintenancecosts
50% in the last five years.
  Westinghouse believes that reliabil-
ity-especially in aircraft electrical sys-
tems-is something you can never get
enough of.
You can be sure if it's Westinghouse
For information on a career at Westinghouse, an equal opportunity employer,
wrte L. H. Nuggle, Westinghouse Educational Departmienit, Pittsburgh, Pa.
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