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    Re: Polhemus manual
    From: Brian Killian
    Date: 2014 Nov 25, 00:24 -0500
    I just bought the polhemus cpu-41/p Celestial computer with all the templates and manual. I have the manual. It's quite complex. I am still learning how to use it. I could make you a pfd of the manual if you like. Bee

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    On Nov 24, 2014, at 11:11, Ken Gebhart <NoReply_Gebhart@fer3.com> wrote:

    William L. Polhemus was an Air Force B-58 navigator who designed the computer for high speed flight. You can see more about this at the following link. http://www.thisdayinaviation.com/tag/william-l-polhemus/

    On 11/24/14 5:06 AM, David Pike wrote:

    Thanks Gary.  Anything you could tell me of the origins of the Polhemus (Is the name Greek?) and who it was designed for would be most interesting, or send me a swift rap across the knuckles for not looking back far enough on NavList.  Dave 

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