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Vision in Military Aviation (1962)

Bruce Jamieson

Sound | 1962

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  •  Vision is essential in every phase of an airborne mission.  
  •  The eye performs three basic functions.  
  •  The brain interprets the information conveyed.  
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A repeated refrain within this United States Navy Training film is that a pilot's most valuable tool in the cockpit is his own eyes. Produced by the Jamieson Film Company, the purpose of this film is to educate pilots on eye function and physiology, and how to use this knowledge to optimize vision performance in preparation for flight.