NAVIGATION, Journal of the Institute of Navigation

Volume: 9
Published: 1962

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   Volume 9, Number 1 (Spring 1962)
Title Author Page Numbers
SHIP PIONEER'S RECENT SURVEYS IN THE NORTH PACIFIC Rear Adm. H. Arnold Karo 3 - 13
LORAN C: A PRECISION RADIONAVIGATION SYSTEM Lt. Cmdr. David T. Haislip 14 - 20
OCEAN LAUNCHING OF LUNAR AND INTERPLANETARY SPACE VEHICLES Raymon W. Hallet, Jr., and Joseph M. Tschirgi 21 - 34
POLYNESIAN NAVIGATION J. P. Frankel 35 - 47
CELESTIAL HEADING REFERENCES Eric H. Tecklenburg 48 - 50
MINIMAL LONG-RANGE OVER-WATER FLIGHT PLANNING H. Stocker 51 - 56
APPLICATION OF THE HYDRA-TYPE SEA LAUNCH TO VERTICAL PROBES Lt. Cmdr. John E. Draim 57 - 65
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT FOR SPACE NAVIGATION Col. David K. Dean 66 - 68
A PROPOSAL FOR QNH SETTINGS IN FEET W. Partl 69 - 71
NOTES AND COMMENT - 72 - 73
BOOK REVIEWS - 74 - 77
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE - 78 - 79
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   Volume 9, Number 2 (Summer 1962)
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THE DEVELOPMENT OF INERTIAL NAVIGATION H. Hellman 81 - 94
A SURVEY OF GUIDANCE AND NAVIGATION PROBLEMS FOR THE MANNED LUNAR MISSION John S. White and Rodney C. Wingrove 95 - 104
GROUND EFFECT MACHINE NAVIGATION AND CONTROL PROBLEMS Norman K. Walker 105 - 113
HEADING REFERENCES FOR HIGH-SPEED AIRCRAFT Walter Pagels 114 - 123
A NAVIGATIONAL DISPLAY FOR TACTICAL FIGHTER AIRCRAFT Bren Dunne 124 - 130
RECTILINEAR NAVIGATION IN AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL E. Stuart Perkins 131 - 137
CURRENT DEVELOPMENTS IN THE LORAN C SYSTEM Edward Durbin 138 - 150
AIR PHOTOGRAPHIC AND CHARTING SERVICE NAVIGATION SYSTEM FOR MAPPING Maj. W. M. Robson 151 - 154
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE - 155 - 158
REVIEWS OF NEW BOOKS - 159 - 159
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   Volume 9, Number 3 (Fall 1962)
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SOME THOUGHTS ON A NAVIGATION SYSTEM FOR A MACH 2-3 TRANSPORT Wing Cmdr. K. R. Greenaway, RCAF 163 - 175
OPERATIONAL EXPERIENCE WITH DOPPLER D. C. Willis 176 - 181
OCEANOGRAPHY, 1962 Columbus O'Donnell Iselin 182 - 184
1. INTRODUCTION (WHAT LIES AHEAD FOR OCEANOGRAPHY?) Harris B. Stewart, Jr. 185 - 187
2. OCEANOGRAPHY IN THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT (WHAT LIES AHEAD FOR OCEANOGRAPHY?) Feenan D. Jennings 187 - 190
3. INTERNATIONAL INITIALOGRAPHY (WHAT LIES AHEAD FOR OCEANOGRAPHY?) John Lyman 191 - 193
4. INDUSTRY AND OCEANOGRAPHY (WHAT LIES AHEAD FOR OCEANOGRAPHY?) William V. Kielhorn 194 - 195
5. INDUSTRIAL OCEANOGRAPHY (WHAT LIES AHEAD FOR OCEANOGRAPHY?) Milner B. Schaefer 195 - 200
6. OCEANOGRAPHY AND FISHING (WHAT LIES AHEAD FOR OCEANOGRAPHY?) Wilbert M. Chapman 200 - 205
AN ASSESSMENT OF THE PRESENT ACCURACY OF THE VALUE OF THE ASTRONOMICAL UNIT Dirk Brouwer 206 - 210
SPACE NAVIGATION BY SELF-CONTAINED MEANS W. J. Reilly and K. N. Satyendra 211 - 219
CHALLENGES OF NAVIGATION John R. Moore 220 - 223
GEON: A NEW NAVIGATION SYSTEM W. S. von Arx 224 - 230
INTERNAL WAVES IN THE OCEAN Eugene C. LaFond and Owen S. Lee 231 - 236
THE MERCURY CAPSULE ATTITUDE CONTROL SYSTEM J. W. Twombly 237 - 244
CORRESPONDENCE - 245 - 246
THE INSTITUTE'S FILE - 247 - 249
BOOK REVIEWS - 250 - 253
REPORTS OF THE TECHNICAL COMMITTEES - 254 - 255
   Volume 9, Number 4 (Winter 1962)
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PILOT CLASS IN SPACE NAVIGATION AT THE NAVAL ACADEMY: A REPORT Capt. P. V, H. Weems 259 - 269
GUIDANCE AND CONTROL OF 24-HOUR SATELLITES Roger W. Cole 270 - 279
ORBITAL RENDEZVOUS SYSTEMS Arnold Rosenbloom 280 - 287
CLEAR AIR TURBULENCE AT THE TROPOPAUSE LEVELS W. Partl 288 - 295
MAPPING RADAR AS AN AID TO AIR SAFETY Capt. Stephen A. Belgau 296 - 304
THE CENTRAL ELECTRONIC MANAGEMENT SYSTEM: FACTS AND FUTURE FOR THE SST Donald W. Richardson 305 - 316
NAVIGATION OF GROUND EFFECT MACHINES Lt. Col. J. L. Wosser, USMC 317 - 322
DESIGN AND MANUFACTURING PROBLEMS PERTINENT TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF SUPERSONIC AIRCRAFT SIMULATORS Frank B. Crawford 323 - 328
THE USE OF SIMULATORS FOR BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH Richard G. Pearson 329 - 333
ASSESSMENT OF THE GUIDANCE OF THE LUNIK SPACECRAFT K. W. Kiser and A. H. Gallas 334 - 339
AIRCRAFT SEPARATION FOR SAFETY AND ITS EFFECT ON NAVIGATION REQUIREMENTS J. J. Jaglowski 340 - 344
THE INSTITUTE'S FILE - 345 - 347
BOOK REVIEWS - 348 - 351
INDEX TO VOL. 9 OF NAVIGATION - 353 - 355