NAVIGATION, Journal of the Institute of Navigation

Volume: 8
Published: 1961

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   Volume 8, Number 1 (Spring 1961)
Title Author Page Numbers
THE MOHOLE PROJECT Gordon Lill 3 - 11
THE PROSPECTS FOR EXTRA-TERRESTRIAL ASTRONOMY Armin J. Deutsch 12 - 17
ORBITING ASTRONOMICAL OBSERVATORIES W. C. Triplett 18 - 23
GUIDANCE OF SPACE VEHICLES John R. Scull 24 - 33
THE UNITED STATES NAVY AND SOUTH PACIFIC EXPLORATION Cmdr. S. B. Brown, Fiji RNVR 35 - 39
THE B-58 AS A COMPETITOR IN SAC'S BOMBING- NAVIGATION CONTEST Capt. William L. Polhemus 40 - 47
COORDINATE SYSTEM ASPECTS OF POSITION IDENTIFICATION Radio Technical Commission for Aeronautics 48 - 58
TROPOSPHERE OR STRATOSPHERE? Temperature-Altimetry Log for Tropopause Criterion Willibald Partl 59 - 65
NOTES AND COMMENT - 66 - 66
BOOK REVIEWS - 67 - 69
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE - 70 - 71
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   Volume 8, Number 2 (Summer 1961)
Title Author Page Numbers
THE FAA'S ROLE IN DEVELOPMENT OF THE SUPERSONIC TRANSPORT Brig. Gen. Paul T. Preuss 77 - 79
THE NAVIGATION SYSTEM FOR SUPERSONIC TRANSPORT AIRCRAFT M. A. Paradiso 80 - 84
REQUIREMENTS FOR HIGH-ALTITUDE METEOROLOGY 1965-1975 John C. Bellamy 85 - 94
AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL AND NAVIGATION PROBLEMS ASSOCIATED WITH THE OPERATION OF SUPERSONIC TRANSPORTS Capt. Stan. Holm 95 - 104
A SUPERSONIC NAVIGATION SYSTEM J. H. Crenshaw 105 - 111
DEVELOPMENT OF THE B-58: THE MACH 2 ENVIRONMENT B. A . Erickson 112 - 115
NAVIGATION AND CONTROL REQUIREMENTS OVER INTERNATIONAL ROUTES John Larsen 116 - 121
NAVIGATION AND CONTROL REQUIREMENTS OVER DOMESTIC ROUTES Jean R. Whitlock 122 - 124
THE TRAINING OF NAVIGATORS INTO COMPLEX SYSTEMS Lt. Col. Paul Krause 125 - 129
AUTOMATIC SYSTEMS DESIRED IN THE COCKPIT C. T. Farndell 130 - 132
NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT FOR SUBSONIC AND SUPERSONIC LONG-RANGE JET TRANSPORTS Jean Hardouin 133 - 135
AIR-TO-GROUND COMMUNICATIONS AND CONTROL FROM THE COCKPIT POINT OF VIEW Maj. William R. Payne 136 - 139
GROUND-TO-AIR COMMUNICATION AND CONTROL FROM THE AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLER'S POINT OF VIEW W. V. Fox 140 - 144
DOPPLER NAVIGATION FOR SUPERSONIC TRANSPORTS Leland S. Reel 145 - 149
MINIMUM NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS FOR SUPERSONIC AIRCRAFT Maj. James P. Zwayer 150 - 151
THE SUPERSONIC AIR TRANSPORT: MACH 3 ENVIRONMENT Hugh W. Elkin 152 - 166
A SUPERSONIC CELESTIAL CAPABILITY J. M. Dempsey 167 - 169
APPLICATION OF AIR DATA COMPUTER MEASUREMENTS TO SUPERSONIC AIR TRANSPORT NAVIGATION E. J. Hazen, J. Csaposs, and H.R. Walcott 170 - 174
REMARKS OF THE INSTITUTE'S PRESIDENT FOR 1961-1962 - 175 - 176
NOTES AND COMMENTS - 177 - 178
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE - 179 - 184
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   Volume 8, Number 3 (Fall 1961)
Title Author Page Numbers
U. S. NAVY HYDROFOIL AND HYDROSKIMMER PROGRAMS E. Ralph Lacey 187 - 195
NEW FRONTIERS IN GYROCOMPASSES J. M. Slater 196 - 205
OPTICAL MASERS IN SPACE NAVIGATION Cecil B. Ellis and Iran A. Greenwood 206 - 213
EQUAL THETA SURFACES FOR SPACE NAVIGATION Major Frank J. Sites 214 - 220
NAVIGATION FOR RENDEZVOUS IN SPACE Alan M. Schneider, E. Capen, C. M. King, E. P. Wallner, Jr. 221 - 248
A NEW LOOK AT AIR NAVIGATION AND AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL Jerome Lederer 249 - 252
AIR NAVIGATION-AS SEEN BY AIR TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT D. D. Thomas 253 - 256
A MARINER NOTICES "NOTICE TO MARINERS Capt. Howard L. Peterson 257 - 260
REVIEW OF NEW BOOKS - 262 - 261
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE - 264 - 263
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   Volume 8, Number 4 (Winter 1961)
Title Author Page Numbers
THE SEA ICE FORECASTING PROGRAM Walter I. Wittman 267 - 272
DEVELOPMENT CRITERIA FOR SPACE NAVIGATION GYROSCOPES C. Stark Draper, William G. Denhard, and Milton B. Trageser 273 - 283
FACILITIES TO SUPPORT THE SUPERSONIC TRANSPORT IN THE 1970s P. DeForrest McKeel 284 - 291
SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS IN OPERATION OF SUPERSONIC AIRCRAFT J. Kenneth Power 292 - 300
SELECTING AN INTEGRATED NAVIGATION SYSTEM FOR THE SUPERSONIC TRANSPORT J. F. Bellantoni 301 - 304
WEATHER FACTORS IN SUPPORT OF B-58 OPERATION Lt. Col. Francis T. McHenry 305 - 311
A NEW CELESTIAL DEVICE FOR SUBMARINE NAVIGATION Louis E. Sharpe 312 - 323
AIR NAVIGATION AND TRAFFIC CONTROL AS SEEN FROM THE FLIGHT DECK Theodore McEachen 324 - 326
SATIN: SAGE-AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL INTEGRATION David R. Israel 327 - 335
SHORT-DISTANCE AIDS TO MARINE NAVIGATION Capt. L. E. Brunner 336 - 339
REVIEW OF NEW BOOKS - 340 - 340
INDEX TO VOL. 8 OF NAVIGATION - 341 - 341