The F/A-18E/F Super Hornet is a low observable, multirole aircraft that performs a multitude of missions, including air superiority, day/night strike with precision-guided weapons, fighter escort, and close air support.
What does LO stand for?
LO stands for Low Observable
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We have 15 other meanings of LO in our Acronym Attic
- Liquid Oxygen
- Little One (child)
- Loan Officer
- Local Optimization
- Local Oscillator
- Locals Only (surfing slang)
- Locked Open
- Lodi, Lombardia (Italian province)
- Log Out
- Low Nuc Inbackhaul Check (airfare construction)
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The Boeing F/A-18E/F Super Hornet is a low observable, multirole aircraft that performs virtually every mission in the tactical spectrum, including air superiority, day/night strike with precision-guided weapons, fighter escort, close air support, suppression of enemy air defenses, maritime strike, reconnaissance, forward air control and tanker missions.
He was employed as an engineer with Northrop Grumman for nearly two decades between 1968 to 1986, where he had a role in developing the propulsion system and low observable capabilities of the Stealth bomber.
He co-founded a low observables technology organization, which continues today as a legacy of his vision.
On 10 Mar 05, Chaplain Dan Forman was invited to watch a B-2 Low Observable team replace aft deck tiles on a B-2.
``Tom Dobrenz's accomplishments in the field of low observable shave helped put Northrop Grumman at the forefront of this critical technology,'' said Gary W.
Advances in GPS-aided munitions, low observable technologies, space-based systems, manipulation of information, joint integration and communications, and smart weapons have revolutionized the way in which we conduct war.
Lockheed Martin recently changed its F/A-22 manufacturing process to conduct first flights of each Raptor prior to the application of final structural finishes, such as the low observable coatings, which in turn means that the yellow sheen seen in the photo is actually the primer paint.