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NAVIGATION, Journal of the Institute of Navigation
Volume: 4
Published: 1954

   Volume 4, Number 1 (1954)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
GENESIS OF A NEW GYROSCOPERoland E. Barnaby, Jr.1 - 7
THE DIP OF THE HORIZONHans Christian Freiesleben8 - 9
METHODS USED IN CELESTIAL NAVIGATIONFred Franklin9 - 21
PRECOMPUTED CELESTIAL DATA FOR HIGH SPEED AIRCRAFTMajor Robert Sullivan21 - 23
APPROXIMATE METHOD FOR RAPID LORAN COMPUTATIONMilton Abramowitz, Dickson H. Call, and J. C. Mathews24 - 27
DO YOU SAY WHAT YOU MEAN?Commnder Alton B. Moody27 - 33
BOOK REVIEWS-33 - 34
THE READER'S LOG-35 - 38
CORPORATE MEMBERS-38 - 38
NEWS-39 - 40
   Volume 4, Number 2 (1954)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
FOREWORD-41 - 41
SOME ASPECTS OF COMET FLIGHT OF INTEREST TO THE NAVIGATORIan Perry42 - 51
THE NAVIGATOR'S POCKET ALMANACPaul E. Wylie52 - 59
AN EARLY BUREAU OF LONGITUDE: PEIRESC IN PROVENCESeymour L. Chapin59 - 66
THE USE OF DIGITAL COMPUTERS IN AIR NAVIGATIONE. M. Grabbe67 - 73
DIRECT RADAR PLOTTING WITH A PARALLEL CURSORPat M. Cianci74 - 83
SYNCHRONOUS ROLLING AND PITCHINGCommander H. W. Dusinberre83 - 85
IRRADIATION AND REFRACTION AT LOW ALTITUDES AND THE WORKING NAVIGATORCaptain H. H. Shufeldt86 - 91
VISUAL RADIO DIRECTION FINDINGG. D. Dunlap91 - 94
BOOK REVIEWS-94 - 96
THE READER'S LOG-97 - 99
ABSTRACTS-101 -
CORPORATE MEMBERS-101 - 101
MEETINGS-102 -
NEWS-102 - 103
   Volume 4, Number 3 (1954)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
FOREWORD-105 - 105
FOUR DIMENSIONAL FLIGHT PLANNINGJohn C. Bellamy105 -
HUMAN ASPECTS OF NAVIGATION AT HIGH ALTITUDESJohn R. Poppen114 - 117
RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN POLAR NAVIGATIONMajor William E. Molett118 - 121
THE VISUAL-AURAL OMNI-RANGE (VAOR)Vernon I. Weihe121 - 125
ARCTIC SHIPHANDLINGCaptain Charles W. Thomas125 - 129
DECTRA AND DELRAC LONG RANGE NAVIGATION AIDSHarvey Schwarz129 - 136
POLAR COMPASSESSamuel M. Burka136 - 138
BOOK REVIEWS-139 -
THE READER'S LOG-139 - 139
MEETINGS-140 - 140
NEWS-141 - 141
CORPORATE MEMBERS-142 - 143
   Volume 4, Number 4 (1954)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
SOME NAVIGATION PROBLEMS AT A GUIDED MISSILE RANGEG. L. Elliott and R. Weller145 - 151
WHITHER BOUND, NAVIGATOR?Commander Alton B. Moody151 - 155
THE DEVELOPMENT OF AIRCRAFT RADIO-NAVIGATION ANTENNASW. J. Schart155 - 160
HIGH SPEED NAVIGATIONCaptain David J. Haney161 - 165
ALFONSO THE WISEWilliam Potter165 - 167
NEW TECHNIQUES FOR THE RUNNING FIXLt. Robert W. Beard168 - 170
TRAINING THE AIR FORCE NAVIGATORLt. Colonel Gabriel D. Ofiesh171 - 178
BOOK REVIEW-179 - 179
CORPORATE MEMBERS-180 -
THE BOGUE ELECTRIC MANUFACTURING COMPANY (p/o CORPORATE MEMBERS)-180 - 181
GENERAL DYNAMICS CORPORATION (p/o CORPORATE MEMBERS)-181 - 181
NEWS-182 - 182
NAVIGATOR'S POCKET ALMANAC-183 - 183
   Volume 4, Number 5 (1955)
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A METHOD OF CORRECTING SPACE POSITION DATA FOR THE ELLIPSOIDAL CURVATURE OF THE EARTH'S SURFACEJohn S. Youtcheff185 - 186
HALF CENTURY OF NAVIGATION 1900-1950Captains P. V. H. Weems187 - 189
THE ROLE OF THE AIR PROVING GROUND COMMAND IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF NAVIGATIONAL EQUIPMENTMajor T. W. Bozarth190 - 195
PILOT BOAT IDENTIFICATION, HARBOR RADAR SYSTEMSR. Barnett Harper195 - 201
AIR NAVIGATION AND TRAFFIC CONTROL IN THE TERMINAL AREANathaniel Braverman201 - 208
AUTOMATIC CONTROL OF HIGH PERFORMANCE AIRCRAFTR. H. Cannon, Jr.208 - 211
THE GREEN FLASHW. H. Forthman212 - 214
BOOK REVIEWS-214 - 216
CORPORATE MEMBERS-217 - 217
MEETINGS-218 - 218
NEWS-219 - 222
   Volume 4, Number 6 (1955)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
OPERATIONAL ASPECTS OF THE JET STREAMC. A. Stiefelmaier227 - 231
THE JET STREAM STRUCTURE OVER THE PACIFICSidney M. Serebreny231 - 241
NAVIGATIONAL ASPECTS OF THE JET STREAMCaptain Lloyd E. Jacobs242 - 249
ON THE GEOMETRICAL SOLUTION OF THE NAVIGATIONAL TRIANGLEJohn A. Russell249 - 250
PUTTING THE MOON IN THE POCKET ALMANACRobert W. Byerly250 - 258
THE NEW SPERRY INTEGRATED INSTRUMENT SYSTEMF. Glen Nesbitt258 - 263
CORPORATE MEMBERS-264 - 264
   Volume 4, Number 7 (1955)
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AIR POWER AND THE SCIENCE OF AERIAL NAVIGATIONMajor General Robert H. Terrill267 - 269
POLAR AIRLINE NAVIGATIONEinar Sverre Pedersen270 - 274
CONDITIONAL MINIMAL FLIGHT PATHSIrving I. Gringorten274 - 278
KEPLERWilliam R. Cagle278 - 280
HIGH PRECISION COMPUTER FOR AUTOMATIC SOLUTION OF THE CELESTIAL TRIANGLEGene R. Marner281 - 285
THE READER'S LOG-285 - 286
THURLOW AWARD-287 -
BOOK REVIEWS-287 - 287
MEETINGS-288 - 288
NEWS-289 - 290
   Volume 4, Number 8 (1955)
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GYRO WANDER AND MAP PROJECTIONSWing Commander Keith R. Greenaway, RCAF293 - 298
THE PLANE AND GREAT CIRCLE SAILINGSPeter H. Selby298 - 305
A PROPOSAL FOR TABLES OF PRE-COMPUTED VALUES FOR PRESSURE PATTERN FLIGHTWilliam Warntz306 - 309
AN ALL-WEATHER RADIO SEXTANTD. O. McCoy309 - 319
AIRBORNE GEOMAGNETIC SURVEYS BY THE UNITED STATES HYDROGRAPHIC OFFICEHenry P. Stockard320 - 323
LORAN IN POLAR REGIONSCaptain Millard A. Lee323 - 326
THE READER'S LOG-327 - 328
BOOK REVIEWS-328 - 329