NAVIGATION, Journal of the Institute of Navigation

Volume: 10
Published: 1963

   Volume 10, Number 1 (Spring 1963)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
FOREWORD -8 - 8
SAFE AND EFFICIENT FLIGHT PATH MANAGEMENT OF THE NEXT GENERATION OF AIR TRANSPORTS Robert J. Shank9 - 13
NAVIGATION SYSTEM TERMS AND CHARACTERISTICS, AND A REVIEW OF EXISTING STANDARDS James O'Day14 - 20
THE EFFECT OF SST OPERATIONS ON THE CHARACTERISTICS OF NORTH ATLANTIC TRAFFIC Cmdr. Curtis J. Kelly21 - 28
AIRCRAFT PERFORMANCE FACTORS AFFECTING SST OPERATION IN THE HORIZONTAL AND VERTICAL PLANES Joseph K. Power29 - 36
EXTERNAL FACTORS AFFECTING SST OPERATION IN THE VERTICAL PLANE E. N. Hooton37 - 42
PRESENT NAVIGATION SYSTEM CAPABILITIES AND AN ESTIMATE OF THEIR WORTH FOR SUPERSONIC TRANSPORT OPERATIONS P. G. Powell and D. C. Willis43 - 48
METEOROLOGICAL FACTORS IN SUPERSONIC TRANSPORT OPERATION Sidney M. Serebreny57 - 79
THE ROLE OF COMMUNICATIONS IN THE NAVIGATION AND CONTROL LOOP Frank B. Brady80 - 84
SST NAVIGATION SYSTEMS-REQUIREMENTS AND CAPABILITIES Richard N. White85 - 92
THE NAVIGATION GROUND ENVIRONMENT FOR THE PERIOD 1965-1975 Alexander B. Winick93 - 97
CLINICS -98 - 100
   Volume 10, Number 2 (Summer 1963)
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SUGGESTED AIRWAY NETWORKS BASED ON MINIMUM TIME TRACK CONSIDERATIONS Eldon J. Wiegman and Rex G. Hadfield103 - 118
AERODETIC ASPECTS OF ALTIMETRY John C. Bellamy119 - 128
PRINCIPLES OF AEROPILOTAGE Donald L. Veal129 - 135
CANBERRA: HER BRIDGE AND NAVIGATIONAL EQUIPMENT M. V. N. Bradford136 - 142
A GENERAL NUMERICAL METHOD FOR DETERMINING OPTIMUM SHIP ROUTES Frank D. Faulkner143 - 148
TRANSLUNAR MIDCOURSE GUIDANCE John W. Hursh149 - 153
NAVIGATIONAL ENVIRONMENT OF THE MOON Earl J. McCartney154 - 160
NAVIGATIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR OCEANOGRAPHY Cmdr. Robert J. Alexander161 - 166
NAVIGATION REQUIREMENTS FOR FAST GROUND EFFECT MACHINES Charles McCracken167 - 175
COMPOSITE NAVIGATION SYSTEMS: CURRENT PROGRESS AND POTENTIAL W. A. Porter176 - 182
SIGPAAS: SINGLE GROUND POINT AIRBORNE APPROACH SYSTEM Maj. George M. Boyd183 - 187
POLYNESIAN NAVIGATION (NOTES AND COMMENT) Capt. Brett Hilder188 -
A SELF-CONTAINED NAVIGATION SYSTEM (NOTES AND COMMENT) Capt. R. E. Jasperson188 - 193
REVIEWS OF RECENT BOOKS -194 - 198
THE INSTITUTE'S FILE -199 - 201
NEW CORPORATE MEMBERS -202 - 202
   Volume 10, Number 3 (Fall 1963)
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A TALK ON SUPERSONIC TRANSPORT G. Glen Williamson207 - 213
THE INSTITUTE OF NAVIGATION, PAST AND FUTURE Dr. Paul Rosenberg215 - 218
PRESENT AND FUTURE GUIDANCE AND NAVIGATION REQUIREMENTS FOR SPACE G. R. Pitman219 - 229
REMOTE STEERING OF A LUNAR SURFACE VEHICLE Gene M. Jordan, Duane Dunlap, Jlario Ignagni and William Green230 - 241
AIRBORNE SENSING OF CLEAR AIR TURBULENCE Vernon I. Weihe242 - 246
THE PRIMARY GUIDANCE SUBSYSTEM FOR THE X-20A (DYNA-SOAR) GLIDER Ralph Scheidenheim247 - 265
EFFECT OF NON-HORIZONTALITY ON AZIMUTH DETERMINATION PM. Clayton and W. B. Nash266 - 272
ORBIT DETERMINATION USING KALMAN'S METHOD Dr. Thomas L. Gunckel, II273 - 291
NAVIGATION PROBLEMS OF SMALL SUBMARINE VEHICLES Dimitri Rebikoff292 - 293
NOTES AND COMMENT: Navigation by Simulous -294 - 298
REVIEWS OF RECENT BOOKS -299 - 302
THE INSTITUTE'S FILE -303 - 309
   Volume 10, Number 4 (Winter 1963)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
NAVIGATION SYSTEM FOR THE C-141A Richard T. Downey313 - 329
THE ROLE OF COMMUNICATIONS IN SST FLIGHT PATH MANAGEMENT Maj. William L. Polhemus330 - 350
NUMERICAL METHODS FOR DETERMINING OPTIMUM SHIP ROUTES Frank D. Faulkner351 - 367
SMALL CRAFT NAVIGATION Cdr. Charles M. Bradley, USPS368 - 372
INTERPLANETARY NAVIGATION Lt. Cdr. Edward F. Oliver373 - 378
ERRORS AND ACCURACY OF POSITION, LOPs, AND FIXES T. R. Stenberg379 - 394
PROJECT LITTLE GUY Colin G. Simpson395 - 397
NOTES AND COMMENT: Racing the Moon's Shadow with Starfighter No. 317 -398 - 398
REVIEWS OF RECENT BOOKS -399 - 403
THE INSTITUTE'S FILE -404 - 406
INDEX TO VOL. 10 OF NAVIGATION -407 - 407