March 29, 1954

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Boeing Predicts Af Will Buy 707

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Japan Air Industry Gains Muscle

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U. S. Passes Air Production Crisis

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Boeing Predicts Af Will Buy 707

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Japan Air Industry Gains Muscle

Factories negotiates for new U. S. airframe and engine production agreements, now holds four licenses.

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U. S. Passes Air Production Crisis

Twining says strategic power, too weak for all-out war during Korea, now is able to deal with any threat.

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Tax Proposals Aim at Air Facility Buildup

Legislation passed by the House and up for Senate action encourages industry to finance new equipment. Representatives also reduce airline transport levy, relax merger laws but impose some new burdens.

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Navy Eases Security Regulations

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Navy Studies New Vto Fighter Tactics

Naval Air tacticians are predicting new operational assignments for their vertical-takeoff interceptors (AVIATION WEEK Mar. 22, p. 14). Original idea behind the development of the revolutionary aircraft was to provide an interceptor for protection of unescorted sea convoys.
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Catalog Leaks Classified Weapons

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Taylor Appointed Andb Director

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Tf-86 Crash Kills Naa’s Lynch

Joseph A. Lynch, Jr., 33, one of North American Aviation’s most able test pilots, was killed Mar. 17 in the crash of NAA’s TF-86 Sabre jet trainer at Nellis AFB, Las Vegas, Nev. A company spokesman said last week North American will proceed to build another Sabre trainer.
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First Production Thunderflash in the Air

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