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NAVIGATION, Journal of the Institute of Navigation
Volume: 2
Published: 1949

   Volume 2, Number 1 (1949)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
GRAPHICAL CONSTRUCTION OF THE GNOMONIC MAP PROJECTIONJohn P. Snyder2 - 5
WHAT THE AIR LINES WANT IN NAVIGATION AIDSR. S. Damon6 - 10
THE TRIANGULATORFrederick Franklin10 - 10
HIGH ALTITUDES IN SURFACE NAVIGATIONCharles H. Smiley11 - 13
NTEGRATED AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL AND NAVIGATION SYSTEMVernon I. Weihe13 - 15
SOME HISTORY OF H.O. 214 IN THE NETHERLANDSPh. A. Gallas16 - 16
AIR CONDITIONING AND PRESSURIZATION IN CONTEMPORARY FLIGHTJohn W. Calvert17 - 26
SOME PROBLEMS IN GUIDED-MISSILE DEVELOPMENTG. R. Tatum27 - 31
COMMITTEE REPORTS-32 - 32
   Volume 2, Number 10 (1951)
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FAREWELL MESSAGEPaul Rosenberg341 - 342
THE ACCURACY OF OBSERVATIONS MADE WITH MARINE SEXTANTSCharles H. Smiley342 - 347
HYDROGRAPHIC OFFICE CHARTS FOR MARINE RADAR NAVIGATIONRobert H. Randall, Jr.347 - 350
THE YACHTSMAN'S INTEREST IN NAVIGATIONRandolph E. Tyrrel350 - 354
ACCURACY OF MARINE NAVIGATIONCaptain P. V. H. Weems354 - 357
RAMARK BEACONSEric J. Isbister and John W. Busby357 - 363
INDEX TO VOLUME 2 OF NAVIGATION (this wasn't included in the original table of contents)-360 - 360
THE USE AND DEVELOPMENT OF MODERN NAVIGATIONAL INSTRUMENTS ON WESTERN RIVERSCaptain Ralph F. Clark363 - 267
RADAR CHARTING EFFORTSW. R. Griswold367 - 269
MODERN ELECTRONIC DEVICES, IMPORTANT FACTOR IN NAVIGATION COMPUTATION PROJECTSGeorge W. Petrie369 - 371
HARBOR RADAR SYSTEMSRear Admiral Roy W. M. Graham371 - 374
COMMENTS OF SPERRY GYROSCOPE COMPANY ON HARBOR RADAR SYSTEMSC. W. Davis375 - 376
MIDDLE LATITUDE SAILING NEAR THE EQUATORA. N. Black376 - 380
ANALYSIS OF AIRCRAFT POSITION REPORTSSquadron Leader F. Y. Craig, RCAF377 -
BOOK REVIEWS-377 - 380
   Volume 2, Number 2 (1949)
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THE AIR NAVIGATION DEVELOPMENT BOARDDr. Douglas H. Ewing33 - 36
NAVIGATION IN SWITZERLANDWalter Hadel37 - 41
FLIGHT PATH OF THE SHORTEST TIMERobert Katz41 - 42
AIRLINE RADAR IN REVIEWJohn E. Knaul42 - 45
NAVIGNATIONAL AIDS FOR SINGLE PLACE HIGH SPEED AIRCRAFTHarold R. Beck45 - 48
   Volume 2, Number 3 (1949)
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A HELIOGRAPHIC ATTITUDE RECORDER FOR MISSILESW. B. Klemperer49 - 53
NAVIGATION BY THE RULE OF SIXTYCommander E. S. Quilter, U.S.N.55 - 57
PROBLEMS OF MARINE NAVIGATIONLieutenant Charles W. Handley, U.S.M.S.58 - 61
RECENT DEVELOPMENT IN POLAR NAVIGATIONLieutenant Command Alton B. Moody, U.S.N.R.62 - 67
MIDDLE LATITUDE SAILING WHEN THE COURSE CROSSES THE EQUATORPaul E. Wylie68 - 70
PRESENT STATUS OF POLAR NAVIGATIONFlight Lieutenant K. R. Greenaway, R.C.A.F.71 - 78
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   Volume 2, Number 4 (1949)
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NEW TYPE 1950 NAUTICAL ALMANACCommander Edwin A. Beito, U.S.N.R.79 - 85
AMATEUR NAVIGATION IN LIGHT AIRCRAFTWalter W. Zimmerman86 - 90
A SIMULTANEOUS TWO-STAR FIXCharles T. Dozier91 - 92
USE OF SHORE-BASED RADAR FOR HARBOR CONTROLCaptain D. E. McKay, U.S.C.G.93 - 97
AERIAL CELESTIAL POSITIONING OF GROUND CONTROL POINTS FOR ARCTIC MAPPINGCaptain Marvin Greenberg, U.S.A.F.98 - 99
A POSITION FINDERPaul Miller101 - 102
   Volume 2, Number 5 (1950)
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THE COMMON SYSTEM OF AIR NAVIGATION AND TRAFFIC CONTROLDr. J. H. Dellinger103 - 109
ATMOSPHERIC REFRACTION AT LOW ANGULAR ALTITUDES IN THE TROPICSCharles H. Smiley110 - 113
REGULATIONS FOR PREVENTING COLLISIONS AT SEA-114 - 123
STRUCTURE DYNAMICS OF THE THUNDERSTORMCommander E. S. Quilter124 - 128
A LINE OF POSITION BY OBSERVED AZIMUTHHorace R. BYERS129 - 130
BOOK REVIEWS-130 - 132
REGIONAL MEETINGS-133 - 134
   Volume 2, Number 6 (1950)
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SYMPOSIUM: THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT AND NAVIGATION-135 - 135
INTRODUCTIONRear Admiral Gordon G. McLintock, USMS136 -
DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCEHonorable Harold C. Stuart136 - 137
NAVIGATION IN ALL-WEATHER FLYINGColonel Jack Taylor137 - 140
NAVIGATION AND CONTROL OF MISSILESColonel M. C. Young140 - 142
RADAR NAVIGATION PROGRAM WITHIN THE USAFColonel D. M. Harvey142 - 142
THE NAVIGATION EDUCATION AND TRAINING PROGRAM WITHIN THE USAFColonel G. P. Disosway143 - 144
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMYHonorable Gordon Gray144 - 145
THE UNITED STATES ARMY ENGINEER CORPSMajor General Lewis A. Pick, USA145 - 147
AIDS TO NAVIGATION AND THE ARMY TRANSPORTATION CORPSMajor General F. A. Heileman, USA147 - 148
THE SIGNAL CORPSColonel Edwin R. Petzing, USA148 - 149
DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVYHonorable Francis P. Matthews149 -
THE HYDROGRAPHIC OFFICECommander J. T. Moynahan149 - 151
TIME AND ALMANACSG. M. Clemence152 - 154
OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCHCommander James H. Cruse154 - 155
THE BUREAU OF AERONAUTICS AND AIR NAVIGATIONCommander B. L. Bailey155 - 157
BUREAU OF SHIPS CONTRIBUTIONS TO NAVIGATIONCaptain A. L. Becker157 - 159
MILITARY AIR TRANSPORT SERVICEMajor General Laurence S. Kuter159 - 101
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT BOARDW. J. Merchant161 - 103
UNITED STATES COAST GUARDVice Admiral Merlin O'Neill163 -
SOME UNITED STATES COAST GUARD DUTIES IN CONNECTION WITH NAVIGATIONCaptain Clarence H. Peterson163 - 165
CIVIL AERONAUTICS BOARDJoseph J. O'Connell, Jr.166 - 167
DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCEHonorable Charles Sawyer167 -
THE FEDERAL AIRWAYS PROGRAM, 1950 TO 1953D. W. Rentzel167 - 169
WEATHER BUREAU SERVICESF. W. Reichelderfer170 -
WEATHER BUREAU SERVICES ON THE SEAI. R. Tannehill170 - 171
WEATHER BUREAU SERVICES TO AVIATIONN. L. Lieurance171 - 172
THE WORK OF THE NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS IN NAVIGATIONE. U. Condon172 - 175
THE COAST AND GEODETIC SURVEY AND NAVIGATIONRear Admiral Leo Otis Colbert175 - 178
THE ROLE OF THE STATE DEPARTMENT IN INTERNATIONAL CO OPERATION FOR THE ADVANCE OF NAVIGATION (DEPARTMENT OF STATE)Honorable John D. Hickerson179 - 180
INTERNATIONAL AIR NAVIGATION (DEPARTMENT OF STATE)Rear Admiral Paul A. Smith180 - 183
TELECOMMUNICATIONS POLICY (DEPARTMENT OF STATE)Captain John S. Cross183 - 184
BEYOND THE HORIZON (UNITED STATES MARITIME COMMISSION)Major General Philip B. Fleming, USA184 - 187
BUREAU OF MARITIME SERVICES (UNITED STATES MARITIME COMMISSION)Rear Admiral Telfair Knight, USMS187 -
MODERN ELECTRICAL NAVIGATIONAL AIDS ON MARITIME COMMISSION VESSELS (UNITED STATES MARITIME COMMISSION)Vernon W. Mayer187 - 188
FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSIONEdward M. Webster189 - 191
RADIO TECHNICAL COMMISSION FOR AERONAUTICS AND MARINE SERVICESJ. Howard Dellinger191 - 194
   Volume 2, Number 7 (1950)
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NAVIGATIONAL SCIENCE AND NATIONAL SECURITYPaul Rosenberg198 - 199
WORLD-WIDE COVERAGE RADIO NAVIGATION FOR AVIATION AND MARINE SERVICES USING LAND BASED FACILITIES IN THE I.T.U. (100 KC-S) BANDVernon I. Weihe200 - 2001
CAPSULE CHARTS FOR UNIVERSAL NAVIGATIONJohn D. Kay202 - 208
HUMAN NAVIGATOR OR BLACK BOX?Lieutenant Commander Alton B. Moody208 - 212
NAVIGATION AS APPLIED TO CROSS-COUNTRY SOARINGW. S. Ivans, Jr.212 - 216
ANALYSIS OF AIRCRAFT POSITION REPORTSAllan K. Ohashi217 - 223
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT IN NAVIGATION INSTRUMENTS AND TECHNIQUES IN THE ROYAL CANADIAN AIR FORCESquadron Leader J. G. Wright, RCAF223 - 230
AN ANALYSIS OF AIR NAVIGATION AND TRAFFIC CONTROLNathaniel Braverman230 - 234
THE PFUND SKY COMPASSLieutenant Commander Alton B. Moody234 - 239
SOME PRACTICAL WRINKLES IN FLYING THE RTCA POLAR COORDINATE SYSTEM OF RADIO NAVIGATIONCaptain Wilson P. Cogswell239 - 243
SUBMERGED NAVIGATION ON U.S.S. PICKEREL DURING 21 DAY CRUISECommander Slade D. Cutter243 - 246
JET NAVIGATION MADE EASIERAeronautical Chart Service246 - 247
NAVIGATION METHODS COMPAREDCaptain P. V. H. Weems247 - 250
A FIX FROM ONE SIGHTFrederick Franklin250 - 250
PHOTOGRAPHIC FLIGHT LINE NAVIGATIONJames E. Henry251 - 255
A SUGGESTED AID IN THE USE OF RADAR IN AVOIDING COLLISIONCaptain K. R. Belch256 - 257
   Volume 2, Number 8 (1950)
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ROCKETNAVIGATIONSamuel Herrick259 - 272
INSTRUMENTS FOR UPPER ATMOSPHERE INTERPLANETARY NAVIGATIONJohn C. Bellamy272 - 275
PROJECT REACHCharles DeVore275 - 281
SCHULER TUNING CHARACTERISTICS IN NAVIGATIONAL INSTRUMENTSWalter Wrigley282 - 290
MISSILE GUIDANCECommander G. A. Long, Jr.290 - 294
BOOK REVIEWS-294 - 296
   Volume 2, Number 9 (1951)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
INTRODUCTION-301 - 302
PULKOVO -OLD, CAPITAL OF POSITIONAL ASTRONOMYOtto Struve302 - 305
PRACTICAL ASPECTS OF HIGH SPEED NAVIGATIONFliglt Lieutentant John Langston, RAF305 - 312
SIMPLIFIED PLOTTING FOR ENTERING AND LEAVING PORTCommander H. W. Dusinberre312 - 316
FACTS OF ASTRONOMY OF VALUE TO THE NAVIGATORCommander Edwin A. Beito316 - 321
A SHORT METHOD FOR PRECOMPUTATIONSamuel Herrick321 - 324
GRID NAVIGATION - GLOBAL REQUIREMENTSFlight Lieutenant L. F. Banks, RAF324 - 330
RADAR CAN GET YOU INTO TROUBLE OR KEEP YOU OUT OF ITCommander, E. S. Quilter331 - 332
ANNUAL SUMMARY OF PROGRESS IN NAVIGATIONAL SCIENCE - 1950-332 - 339
THE CANADIAN INSTITUTE OF NAVIGATION-340 -
THE AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF NAVIGATION-340 - 340