The Latest Generation of Military Aircraft Landing Lights

Accuracy and reliability are critical in all aspects of aerospace manufacturing. Whether you’re designing a component for commercial or military aircraft, large or small, quality can never be compromised.

For many years, we at CEF have been crafting the very highest quality actuated and retractable landing lights for military aircraft, bringing our decades of experience and expertise along with the very best in technology and innovation.

While our landing lights are second to none—tested in speeds up to Mach .5 while lasting up to three times longer than competitors, and meeting all of the requirements of MIL-L-81174, MIL-STD-810E, or MIL-STD-810C—we’re never going to simply rest there. We aim to constantly evolve and expand our technology, meeting the ever-changing needs of the industry.

Within the field of military aviation, for example, covert lighting is increasingly becoming critical and we are staying right on top of this growing demand. Existing airframes are having covert landing lights installed to provide a safe landing for pilots using night-vision goggles.

When you place this latest technological development into aircraft, and combine it with the quality and reliability that our products are trusted for, you get a product that meets the critical demands of the military, and promises the accuracy they require.
This is one example of how we can create a custom-tailored, state-of-the-art product that meets your demands while ensuring your satisfaction.

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