THE CURRENT STATE OF THE SCIENCE OF MARINE NAVIGATION

C. M. Jansky, Jr.

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Abstract: In September 1950, almost fourteen years ago, it was the writer's privilege to deliver an address before a joint meeting of the Institute of Navigation (ION), the Radio Technical Commission for Marine Services (RTCM) and the Radio Technical Commission for Air (RTCA), the subjet of which was: "The Retarded State of the Science of Marine Navigation." In this address the writer set forth foru basic marine safety requirements which, if met, would substantially improve safety in marine navigation and expedite teh movement of ships. Listed in somewhat different order, these four requirements, all of which could have been met even in 1950, are as follows:
Published in: NAVIGATION, Journal of the Institute of Navigation, Volume 12, Number 1
Pages: 11 - 23
Cite this article: Jansky, C. M., Jr.,, "THE CURRENT STATE OF THE SCIENCE OF MARINE NAVIGATION", NAVIGATION, Journal of The Institute of Navigation, Vol. 12, No. 1, Spring 1965, pp. 11-23.
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