NAVIGATION, Journal of the Institute of Navigation

Volume: 7
Published: 1960

   Volume 7, Number 1 (Spring 1960)
Title Author Page Numbers
THE NAVIGATION SYSTEM FOR THE POLARIS SUBMARINE Joseph F. Caligiuri 3 - 10
THE ROLE OF DOPPLER RADAR IN HELICOPTER NAVIGATION T. A. Coronel 11 - 21
APPLICATIONS OF HUMAN ENGINEERING TO NAVIGATIONAL EQUIPMENT Donald A. Gordon 22 - 30
ELEVATION POSITION DETERMINATION BY REGAL A. G. Van Alstyne and Lon L. Sanders 31 - 36
THE UNITED STATES POWER SQUADRONS Frederick Franklin 37 - 41
THE DEVELOPMENT OF PORT OPERATIONS SYSTEMS Capt. G. Van A. Graves 42 - 47
THE AN/GSN-5 AUTOMATIC LANDING SYSTEM F. D. Powell 48 - 56
ANNUAL SUMMARY OF PROGRESS IN NAVIGATIONAL SCIENCE, 1959 The Institute's Technical Committees 57 - 62
SPACE PILOTING Capt. P. V. H. Weems 63 - 64
THE THURLOW AND BURKA AWARDS FOR 1959 - 65 - 65
THE INSTITUTE COMES OF AGE Presidential Remarks from the Annual Meeting 67 - 69
NOTES AND COMMENT - 70 - 74
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE - 75 - 80
   Volume 7, Number 2&3 ( 1960)
Title Author Page Numbers
NAVIGATION JOURNAL OF THE INSTITUTE OF NAVIGATION SUMMER-AUTUMN EXTRATERRESTRIAL COLONIES Dandridge M. Cole 83 - 98
SELECTED PROBLEMS IN INTERSTELLAR NAVIGATION Robert Cornog 99 - 105
PROJECT TRANSIT: A NAVIGATION SATELLITE Capt. Robert F. Freitag 106 - 116
PRINCE HENRY THE NAVIGATOR Norman J. W. Thrower 117 - 126
NAVIGATING THE SUPERSONIC B-58 Capt. William L. Polhemus 127 - 139
CELESTIAL SIGHTING THROUGH THE SUBMARINE PERISCOPE Lt. Cmdr. Robert Irving 140 - 144
A GEODETIC OBSERVER IN ANTARCTICA James R. Lucas 145 - 151
NOTES AND COMMENT - 152 - 152
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE - 153 - 156
BOOK REVIEWS - 157 - 157
NEW CORPORATE MEMBERS - 159 - 159
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   Volume 7, Number 4 (Winter 1960)
Title Author Page Numbers
1. JET NAVIGATION AROUND THE WORLD (INTERNATIONAL AIRLINE JET TRANSPORT NAVIGATION) John W. Newton 163 - 169
2. TRANSITION TO JET NAVIGATION ON THE WORLD-WIDE ROUTES OF AIR FRANCE (INTERNATIONAL AIRLINE JET TRANSPORT NAVIGATION) Jean Hardouin 170 - 173
3. THE JET OPERATOR AND AIR TRAFFIC SERVICES (INTERNATIONAL AIRLINE JET TRANSPORT NAVIGATION) C. T. Farndell 174 - 179
4. TRANSITION TO POLAR JET NAVIGATION (INTERNATIONAL AIRLINE JET TRANSPORT NAVIGATION) Einar S. Pedersen 180 - 182
EFFECTS OF LAUNCHING TIME ON SPACE NAVIGATION PROBLEMS R. M. Leger 183 - 192
COMPUTATION METHODS USED IN MID-COURSE AND TERMINAL GUIDANCE OF INSTRUMENTED INTERPLANETARY PROBES P. R. Westlake 193 - 203
CAN NAVIGATIONAL REQUIREMENTS BE MET BY MEANS OF SATELLITES? Capt. Alton B. Moody 204 - 212
PLOTTING THE FUTURE COURSE OF MARINE CELESTIAL NAVIGATION Gene R. Marner 213 - 225
THE AIR FORCE NAVIGATOR, 1960 to 1970 Capt. Don D. McVey 226 - 228
VELOCITY REQUIREMENTS FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF ARTIFICIAL SATELLITES IN GEOCENTRIC CIRCULAR ORBITS Samuel W. Fordyce 229 - 231
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE - 232 - 233
INDEX TO VOLUME 7 OF NAVIGATION (this wasn't included in the original table of contents) - 237 - 237