An identification system for use as an aid to raid detection and air traffic control.
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A proposed new identification system in which all U.S. aircraft and all ZI penetrating aircraft would be required to carry a transmitter emitting altitude and ID information. This system would enable ground stations to obtain full position information for use in air traffic control and would serve as an aid in raid detection.
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