Byrd's Antarctic expedition
For a good part of its existence, both in war and peace, Naval Aviation has counted on Rockwell Collins for communications, networks and integrated systems as well as simulation, training, service and support.
In 1933, the fledgling Collins Radio Company provided RADM Richard E. Byrd shortwave communications for his second Antarctic expedition. In 1969, Collins provided the communications link for the Apollo lunar landings. Today’s Naval Aviators, Naval Flight Officers and Naval Aircrew around the world continue to rely on Rockwell Collins for rugged, reliable radios, secure networks, critical situational awareness and mission readiness.
Learn more about the solutions we are bringing to Naval Aviation today:
ARC-210 Gen V Radio
Athena flight controls for UAS
E-6B Block I/IA upgrade
Joint Helmet Mounted Cueing System (JHMCS)
Helmet Mounted Display System