Ad: Stout “hearts” for new Navy sub killers (Oct, 1954)

Stout “hearts” for new Navy sub killers
To power America’s first anti-submarine carrier aircraft that’s equipped for both search and attack, the U. S. Navy looks to Lycoming for air-cooled engines.

Patrolling endless seas in search of enemy subs . . . blasting them out of action with newest destruction devices . . . this Grumman S2F-1 “hunter-killer” depends on the stamina of twin Lycoming-built engines to keep it high and dry.

This is another Lycoming contribution to aviation progress. For Lycoming engines also fly military missions in aircraft ranging from liaison planes to trainers to helicopters. They have distinguished themselves in civilian aviation, too—particularly in single- and twin-engine planes.

Do you need this kind of dependable air-cooled power … or any of the diversified services listed above our signature? Whatever your problem … look to Lycoming!

FOR RESEARCH • FOR PRECISION PRODUCTION
LOOK TO LYCOMING

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