AN/FSQ-32

AN/FSQ-32 était un ordinateur construit par IBM (International Business Machines) en 1960 et 1961 pour le Strategic Air Command (SAC). IBM l'appela

« 4020 ». Un seul Q-32 a été construit[1].

Notes et références

  1. (en) John Wohlman, « Computer-Generated Map Data: An Aid to Command and Control. », Air University Review, consulté le 20 juin 2006

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