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NAVIGATION, Journal of the Institute of Navigation
Volume: 5
Published: 1956

   Volume 5, Number 1 (1956)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
UNIFICATION OF THE ABRIDGED NAUTICAL ALMANAC AND THE AMERICAN NAUTICAL ALMANACG. M. Clemence and D. H. Sadler1 - 6
HIGH SPEED FLIGHT PLANNINGColonel E. F. Perrin6 - 17
IMPROVED LORAN RECEPTION AND RANGE EXTENSIONLieutenant Colonel Theodore W. Bozarth17 - 23
AIRCRAFT POSSIBILITIES FOR TRUE NORTH GYRO COMPASSRichard Y. Miner23 - 29
POLAR (ICECAP) NAVIGATIONMajor Palle Mogensen, U. S. Army30 - 33
THE PSYCHOLOGY OF AIR NAVIGATIONLieutenant Colonel Gabriel D. Ofiesh33 - 39
THE PLANE AND GREAT CIRCLE SAILINGS, PART 11Peter H. Selby39 - 50
NAVIGATION TRAINING AT THE UNITED STATES AIR FORCE ACADEMYColonel Carl C. Barthel, and Major Floyd C. Ethridge50 - 54
MEETINGS-54 - 55
IN MEMORIAM-55 - 55
   Volume 5, Number 2 (1956)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
FOREWORD-57 - 57
CHOICE OF COORDINATE SYSTEMS IN INERTIAL NAVIGATIONJ. M. Slater58 - 62
COMPUTERS FOR MOTION OF THE BODY AND OBSERVERCaptain Martin Berkovitz63 - 66
SOME APPLICATIONS OF AUTOMATIC NAVIGATIONE. V. Stearns66 - 72
AUTOMATIC NAVIGATION IN R-THETA COORDINATESWing Commander J. G. Wright, RCAF72 - 76
AERIAL ELECTRONIC SURVEYINGColonel B. B. Hunkapiller77 - 83
HELICOPTER- NAVIGATIONAres G. Bogosian84 - 88
AN INTERCEPTION PROBLEMC. Stanley Ogilvy89 - 91
PROBLEMS ENCOUNTERED IN SURVIVAL NAVIGATIONGlenn M. Hawkins92 - 95
COMPUTER SOLUTION OF MINIMUM FLIGHT PATHSKendall D. Moll95 - 102
AN IMPROVED PROTRACTORLieutenant Commander C. H. Blair102 - 105
CELESTIAL NAVIGATION IN HIGH LATITUDESMajor William E. Molett105 - 107
FORWARD SCATTER OF RADIO WAVESNational Bureau of Standards107 - 113
BOOK REVIEWS-113 - 114
CORPORATE MEMBERS-114 - 118
NEWS-119 - 120
   Volume 5, Number 3 (1956)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
SATELLITESJorgen Jensen121 - 127
THE ROLE OF NAVIGATION IN THE SUBMARINE WEAPON SYSTEMFrank C. Lynch, Jr.128 - 130
HURRICANES: A NEW APPROACHCharles H. Smiley130 - 133
THE ROLE OF COMMUNICATION IN AIR NAVIGATION AND TRAFFIC CONTROLNathaniel Braverman133 - 137
REFRACTION OBSERVATIONS ON THE GREENLAND ICECAPGeorge Wallerstein138 - 140
NEW AIRBORNE DEAD RECKONING TRACER PLOTS ON A MERCATOR CHARTT. A. Westover140 - 147
SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE METEOROLOGYA. Garriock147 - 149
THE ROLE OF THE NAVIGATOR IN THE INTERNATIONAL GEOPHYSICAL YEARJohn C. Bellamy149 - 154
THE READER'S LOG-154 - 154
CORPORATE MEMBERS-155 - 156
THURLOW NAVIGATION AWARD-157 - 158
NEWS-158 - 159
   Volume 5, Number 4 (1956)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
NAVIGATIONAL PROBLEMS PECULIAR TO FIGHTER BOMBERSColonel C. F. Blair, Jr.163 - 165
NAVARHOAir University Quarterly Review165 - 174
VECTOR DIAGRAMS FOR SAILBOAT DEAD RECKONINGLeonard E. Gray174 - 176
IS TRAINING ENOUGH?Commander Alton B. Moody176 - 181
NAVIGATION ON THE GREENLAND ICESHEETGeorge Wallerstein181 - 182
THE LEAR SELF-CORRECTING AUTOMATIC NAVIGATOR (SCAN)D. J. Green182 - 192
A FORMAT FOR A RAPID MULTIPLE-STAR-FIX SOLUTIONLieutenant (j.g.) Jo Swerling, Jr.193 - 197
CORPORATE MEMBERS-197 - 199
MEETINGS-199 - 202
IN MEMORIAM-202 - 202
   Volume 5, Number 5 (1957)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
OPERATION POWER FLIGHT: A Report on the First Non-Stop Jet Aircraft Flight Around the WorldMajor Patrick E. Montoya203 - 209
SOME FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES OF AIRBORNE COLLISION WARNINGEmory Lakatos209 - 218
THE UNSOLVED MARINE COLLISION PROBLEMCapt. E. S. Quilter219 - 224
THE VITIAZ IN THE OKHOTSK SEAColonel Peter H. Ottosen224 - 230
THE 4-D PLOTTERIrving I. Gringorten231 - 237
THE SMALL GYRO-COMPASSAndrew F. Cope238 - 244
AN APPRECIATION OF THE JOURNAL'S RETIRING EDITORThe Executive Secretary of the ION244 - 246
PLANS FOR THE INTERNATIONAL GEOPHYSICAL YEARCoast and Geodetic Survey246 - 247
RECENT BOOKS-248 - 250
NEW CORPORATE MEMBERS-250 - 255
IN MEMORIAM-255 - 255
NEWS OF THE INSTITUTE-256 - 256
   Volume 5, Number 6 (1957)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
GUIDED MISSILES: PAST-PRESENT-FUTURERear Admiral Charles F. Horne259 - 266
JET STREAM AND JET AIRCRAFT OPERATIONSElmar R. Reiter267 - 278
CHARTS FOR LOW ALTITUDE NAVIGATIONMajor Ernest B. Howey279 - 289
DOPPLER NAVIGATIONWilliam J. Tull290 - 298
NAVIGATION OF GUIDED-MISSILE SHIPSCapt. L. L. Schock299 - 302
STATUS OF DECTRAThomas D. Johnson303 - 310
PRECISION CELESTIAL NAVIGATION IN HIGH-SPEED, HIGH-ALTITUDE AIRCRAFTMajor Harold F. Korger311 - 322
THE INSTITUTE ELECTS OFFICERS FOR 1957-58-323 - 324
ASTRODYNAMICS COLLOQUIUM-324 - 325
NEW CORPORATE MEMBERS-325 - 325
   Volume 5, Number 7 (1957)
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THE RISE OF PSEUDO-NAVIGATIONJohn A. Pierce327 - 330
NUCLEAR SUBMARINE NAVIGATIONCapt. E. P. Wilkinson332 - 336
THE CASE FOR FLEXIBLE AIR NAVIGATIONAL TRACKS ON THE NORTH ATLANTICRobert K. Polson337 - 344
ANTARCTIC NAVIGATIONCapt. Charles W. Thomas345 - 348
POSITIONAL AND STEERING ERRORS IN HARBOR NAVIGATIONV. Withington349 - 355
FLIGHT TESTS IN COLLISION PREVENTIONRichard Y. Miner356 - 360
THE AIR REQUIREMENTS FOR SHORT-DISTANCE ENROUTE NAVIGATIONLloyd J. Perper361 - 363
THE ION'S NEW PRESIDENT TAKES OFFICEVernon I. Weihe364 - 365
THE ANNUAL THURLOW AWARD CITATION-366 - 367
NEW CORPORATE MEMBERS-368 - 371
REVIEWS-371 - 372
   Volume 5, Number 8 (1957)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
THE DISCOVERY OF THE LONGITUDENorman J. W. Thrower375 - 381
RADIO BEARINGS OF THE SATELLITE SPUTNIKM. Wachtler382 - 384
THE TRUE DISTANCE AND AZIMUTH COMPUTER FOR POLAR NAVIGATIONSheridan L. Hall385 - 389
NAVIGATION INSTRUCTION AT THE UNITED STATES MERCHANT MARINE ACADEMYRear Admiral Gordon McLintock, USMS390 - 396
A GRAVITY-SEEKING POSITION INDICATORVictor W. Bolie397 - 400
A SIMPLIFIED METHOD OF PRESSURE PATTERN NAVIGATIONMajor William L. Polhemus401 - 407
APPLYING AIR SPACE NAVIGATION TO THE PROBLEM OF PREVENTING AIRCRAFT COLLISIONSM. P. Milliken408 - 417
CORPORATE MEMBERS-417 - 417
AN UNIDENTIFIED MARINER'S ASTROLABE-418 - 240
BOOK REVIEW-420 - 420
INDEX TO VOLUME 5 OF NAVIGATION (this wasn't included in the original table of contents)-423 - 423