The Clobber Factor

Unchartered low-level flight hazards were called "the clobber factor."

Unchartered low-level flight hazards were called “the clobber factor.” This was the chance that a SAC crew might fly head-on into a radio tower, power lines or some other deadly change in the terrain. A terrible thought.

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