GROUND-TO-AIR COMMUNICATION AND CONTROL FROM THE AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLER'S POINT OF VIEW

W. V. Fox

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Abstract: To Approach This Subject with degree of clarity it is necessary to review certain background factors that in the past have either stimulated or deterred the development of aircraft and attendant supporting equipment necessary for successful operation. These factors are many and varied; however, they can be categorically divided into inventive genius, human equations, economic balance, and last but not least, the application of that trite expression "horse sense."
Published in: NAVIGATION, Journal of the Institute of Navigation, Volume 8, Number 2
Pages: 140 - 144
Cite this article: Fox, W. V., "GROUND-TO-AIR COMMUNICATION AND CONTROL FROM THE AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLER'S POINT OF VIEW", NAVIGATION, Journal of The Institute of Navigation, Vol. 8, No. 2, Summer 1961, pp. 140-144.
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