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NAVIGATION, Journal of the Institute of Navigation
Volume: 1
Published: 1946

   Volume 1, Number 1 (1946)
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THE ARCTIC FLIGHTS OF THE LANCASTER "ARIES," MAY 1945Wing Commander K. C. Maclure3 - 7
RADAR APPLICATIONS TO AEROLOGYCommander R. H. Maynard8 - 11
LORANLieutenant Commander Fletcher G. Watson and Henrietta H. Swope11 - 15
REVIEWSC. H. Smiley16 - 16
NOON INTERVAL TABLEST. F. Hickerson17 - 19
NOTES FROM THE NEW YORK MEETING-20 -
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR-20 - 20
   Volume 1, Number 10 (1948)
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THE HAZELTINE LANAC SYSTEM OF AIR AND MARINE NAVIGATIONKnox McIlwain and Charles J. Hirsch210 - 216
TEMPERATURE-COMPENSATED BUBBLE HORIZONE. F. Flint216 - 220
NAVAGLOBE AND MARINE NAVIGATIONP. R. Adams and R. I. Colin220 - 224
   Volume 1, Number 11 (1948)
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A NEW PERISCOPIC SEXTANTVirginia Withington210 - 215
WHISTLE SIGNALSCaptain R. F. Farwell215 - 221
ARCTIC MAGNETIC SURVEYSLieutenant Commander Elliott B. Roberts221 - 228
AUTOMATIC AIRCRAFT CONTROLJames L. Anast228 - 232
DETERMINATION OF THE POSITION AND PATH OF A HURRICANE, A RECENT IMPORTANT SEISMOLOGICAL CONTRIBUTION TO NAVIGATIONReverend Daniel Linehan, S.J.232 - 235
A "NEW LOOK" FOR THE NAUTICAL ALMANACRamon O. Williams235 - 237
FLOW AND AIRSPACE OCCUPANCY FEATURES OF AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLVernon I. Weihe237 - 239
INSTITUTE NEWS-239 - 240
   Volume 1, Number 12 (1948)
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POSITION OF THE INSTITUTE OF NAVIGATION AMONG INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC UNIONSJ. A. Fleming242 - 245
OPERATIONAL CHARACTERISTICS OF A MICROWAVE LANDING SYSTEMD. F. Folland246 - 254
TIMES OF SUNRISE AND OF SUNSET BY A GRAPHICAL METHODPaul E. Wylie254 - 255
NAVIGATION TRAINING IN THE ROYAL CANADIAN AIR FORCESquadron Leader G. F. Jacobsen, RCAF256 - 259
WHY SHIPS GROUNDLieutenant Commander Alton B. Moody259 - 268
PRACTICAL EXPERIENCES IN THE USE OF STANDARD LORAN IN OCEAN NAVIGATION SINCE THE END OF THE WARCommander R. A. Tuttle268 - 271
BOOK REVIEWS-271 - 272
   Volume 1, Number 2 (1946)
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INSTRUMENTAL SOLUTIONS IN CELESTIAL NAVIGATIONSamuel Herrick22 - 27
AEROLOGATIONEdward T. Bolton27 - 31
INTERPRETATION OF THE CELESTIAL LINE OF POSITIONAustin Phelps32 - 33
ACCURACY OF POSITION FINDING USING THREE OR FOUR LINES OF POSITIONS. A. Goudsmit34 - 35
CAPTAIN THOMAS HUBBARD SUMNER, 1807-1876Robert S. Richardson35 - 40
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR-40 -
FROM THE EDITORS-40 - 40
   Volume 1, Number 3 (1946)
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DECCAFletcher G. Watson, Jr.42 - 46
THE AAF APPROACH TO POLAR NAVIGATIONCaptain Fred A. Gross, Jr.47 - 49
FUTURE NAVIGATION POLICY IN THE ROYAL AIR FORCEBritish Air Ministry49 - 50
COLONEL THOMAS L. THURLOW, THE NAVIGATORS' NAVIGATORTrevor A. Hoy51 - 53
AMERICAN ALMANACSGeorge W. Mixter53 - 56
AMERICAN NAUTICAL ALMANACL. J. Comrie57 - 58
REVISING THE NAUTICAL ALMANACSamuel Herrick59 - 60
   Volume 1, Number 4 (1946)
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SIMPLE COMPUTATION OF DISTANCES OVER THE EARTHB. W. Sitterly and J. A. Pierce62 - 67
THE EARLY MAPS OF SAN FRANCISCO BAY PRIOR TO THE AMERICAN PERIOD (1769-1847)Neal Harlow68 - 72
A NEW SEXTANTWilliam H. Holman III73 - 77
JAPANESE ALMANACSRalph F. Haupt77 - 82
AIR MATERIEL COMMAND'S PROGRAM IN RADIOAND RADAR NAVIGATIONVernon I. Weihe82 - 84
BOWDITCHAlton B. Moody84 - 85
RESUME OF NAVIGATION TRAINING IN THE ARMY AIR FORCESMajor Clay V. Ferguson86 - 87
TECHNICAL NOTES AND COMMENTS-87 - 94
   Volume 1, Number 5 (1947)
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NOTE ON DREISENSTOK'S METHOD IN CELESTIAL NAVIGATIONN. Wyman Storer98 - 100
AVIATION AT PURDUEPaul E. Stanley100 - 100
NIGHT SEXTANT OBSERVATIONS AGAINST A NIGHT VISION HORIZONCommander Wm. J. Catlett, Jr.104 - 106
SINGLE GRlD-HEADING FLIGHT PLANNING OVER POLAR REGIONSIrving I. Gringorten107 - 109
CRITICAL TABLES FOR CORRECTING OBSERVED ALTITUDES FOR ATMOSPHERIC REFRACTION IN POLAR LATITUDESCharles H. Smiley109 - 110
THE INFLUENCE OF THE EARTH'S ROTATION ON BUBBLE SEXTANT READINGSJ. J. Green111 - 112
LORAN SUPERSONIC TRAINER DEVICE 15-T-3A. A. Chester113 - 115
NEWS-115 - 116
LETTERS TO THE EDITORS-117 - 117
   Volume 1, Number 6 (1947)
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RADIO NAVIGATIONAL AIDSCaptain R. W. Ravenhill and Lieutenant R. B. Michell120 - 128
DRIFT DETERMINATION WITH RADAR USING A PULSE-DOPPLER- BEAT METHODIvan A. Greenwood129 - 134
NAVIGATION COMPUTER SERIESCaptain P. V. H. Weems134 - 137
THE GERMAN GYRO-SEXTANT.Mary R. Hunt138 - 141
REPORT ON NAVIGATION OF PACUSAN DREAMBOAT FLIGHTMajor Norman P. Hays142 - 148
RADAR ON THE AIRLINESJohn E. Knaul149 - 151
AN OPTICAL DIRECTIONAL BEACONJ. A. Pierce151 - 152
NEWS-152 - 152
LETTERS TO THE EDITORS-153 - 154
   Volume 1, Number 7&8 (1947)
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PRESIDENT'S REMARKSCommodore G. G. McLintock156 - 157
NAVIGATION IN THE ANTARCTICAlton B. Moody157 - 164
SELECTION TESTS FOR AAF NAVIGATORSJulien M. Christensen164 - 169
UNITED STATES MARITIME COMMISSION ELECTRONIC NAVIGATIONAL TRAINING PROGRAMRear Admiral Telfair Knight169 - 171
NEWS-171 - 171
METHODS OF DISSIPATING SUPERCOOLED CLOUDS IN THE NATURAL ATMOSPHEREVincent J. Schaefer172 - 174
THE AMERICAN NAUTICAL ALMANAC AND ITS IMPROVEMENTPaul E. Wylie174 - 177
RADAR CHARTING ON THE OHIO RIVERColonel B. B. Talley177 - 180
RADIO TECHNICAL COMMISSION FOR AERONAUTICSL. M. Sherer181 - 185
H.O. 249Henrietta H. Swope185 - 186
MINIMUM-TIME ROUTES IN AIR NAVIGATIONJohn F. Heard186 - 190
FROM THE EDITOR-191 - 192
   Volume 1, Number 9 (1948)
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MINIMAL FLIGHT PATHSIrving I. Gringorten194 - 202
NAVIGATION AND PRECISION AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHYRoy C. Gunter, Jr.202 - 207
SUMMARY OF A PAPER ON THE PLACE OF NAVIGATION IN THE COLLEGE CURRICULUMBart J. Bok207 - 208
CORRECTION AND IN MEMORIAM-208 - 208