The projection of instrument information on to the windscreen or a sloping glass screen in the manner of the reflector sight, so that the pilot can keep a continual lookout and receive flight data at the same time. Used originally with fighter interception and attack radar, later adapted for blind approach, landing and general flight data. Abbrev HUD.
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