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cross-eyed

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Most shooters who are cross-eye dominant can learn to switch to the other eye.
Session topics to be covered are as follows: towed IR decoys against MANPADS; EW test and evaluation capabilities of South Africa and Sweden; lessons learned from the 1978-198 Air War in Angola; lessons learned from Kosovo; electronic surveillance payloads for UAVs; EW for combat vehicles; current jammer developments in Sweden; training simulators for communication EW; the BOL F-15 program; new RWR technologies; off-board countermeasures; adaptive jammer suppression; cross-eye jamming; and imagi ng-IR missile-approach-warning systems.
The following considerations can be applied to the techniques which are currently considered most effective in countering a monopulse radar, i.e., off-board decoys, cross polarization and cross-eye.
Michael and Simmons sued Freeland after he opened the new account, not acknowledging that Freeland owned 34 percent of Cross-Eye Pig.
Maybe cross-eyes, but that is about the extent of his goggle eyes." Besides, she added, each has enough "dirt" on the other to command "a level of respect and understanding.
The cross-eyes of early movie star Ben Turpin were insured for pounds 50,000 against them going straight.