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SCR-584 Antiaircraft Radar
in the Field, Winter 1944

SCR-584
A U. S. Army SCR-584 antiaircraft radar dug in somewhere in Northern Europe during Winter 1944.
Compact, mobile, and difficult to jam, the "584," when combined with the M9 electronic fire director,
led to improved kill ratios for antiaircraft units that used the system. The M9 director was essentially
the first computer used by the Army for fire control (photo reproduced courtesy Signal Corps).

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