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January 17, 1949

HEADLINE NEWS

What the Budget Means to Procurement

HEADLINE NEWS

Tunner Outlines ‘ideal’ Cargo Plane

HEADLINE NEWS

Budget Boosts

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HEADLINE NEWS

What the Budget Means to Procurement

Congress is expected to fight Truman's request for a cut in air funds.

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HEADLINE NEWS

Tunner Outlines ‘ideal’ Cargo Plane

After six months of operations, commander describes requirements; makes suggestions to manufacturers.

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HEADLINE NEWS

Budget Boosts

President seeks record amounts for support of civil aviation agencies.

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HEADLINE NEWS

Symington Says:

“None too much time” to provide 70-Group Air Force as planned.

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HEADLINE NEWS

Air Refueling: Key to Long Range

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HEADLINE NEWS

X-1 Makes Own Power Take-off

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HEADLINE NEWS

Speed Gains Seen at Miami Air Races

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ENGINEERING

Physiological Considerations

In aviation medicine it is common practice to speak of the forces due to acceleration in terms of “G” in the amounts equivalent to gravitational acceleration having the symbol “g”. The weight of an individual as we commonly use the term, is the force in pounds created by gravity or “1 G” acting on the mass of the body.
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FINANCIAL

What New Taxes Will Mean

President’s proposal reflects administration thinking for business levies, but Congress has the last word.

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SALES & SERVICE

Sportplane Priced Under $5,000

Modified single-seat racer boasts high cross country performance at extremely low operating cost.

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