October 8, 1956

SAFETY

Crash Blamed on Uncoordinated Actions

AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING

Stainless Steel Sandwich Used in B-58 Structure, Sae Told

AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING

Architect-engineers Build for Aviation

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SAFETY

Crash Blamed on Uncoordinated Actions

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AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING

Stainless Steel Sandwich Used in B-58 Structure, Sae Told

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AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING

Architect-engineers Build for Aviation

Los Angeles—Architect-engineering firms are taking on a key role in aviation. Today, some architect-engineering companies have become specialists participating in programs leading to development of weapon systems and creation of associated facilities.

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TRANSPORT

Panair’s Pby’s Haul Snakes, Mail, People

Rio de Janeiro—While most of the world’s airlines are looking forward to the speed of jet propelled transport, one airline in Brazil is planning to stick with an old U. S. Navy workhorse—the PBY Catalina—as being best suited for at least one phase of its operations.
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Letters

I have always been reluctant to enter into letter writing on a controversial subject such as the one now going on in connection with our air traffic control. It does occur to me, however, that in most instances, the private pilot is being made the target for troubles with which he has no connection at all.
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AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING

Pilot Finds Magister Trainer Stable, Safe

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TRANSPORT

Caa, Airlines Protest Cab Penalty Plan

Washington—A proposed Civil Aeronautics Board ruling that would impose penalties on airlines for unrealistic scheduling of flights is meeting stiff resistance. Even the Civil Aeronautics Administration has made one of its rare appearances before a CAB oral argument to file its protest.
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MANAGEMENT

Army’s 101st Ready for Usaf Airlift

Ft. Campbell, Ky.—U.S. Army’s famous 101st Airborne Division, reactivated, streamlined and glowing with spit and polish, is ready to fight anywhere in the world if the USAF can provide the transportation. Army Secretary Wilber M. Brucker says he has been assured in Pentagon conferences that there is sufficient air lift available to move the 101st “Screaming Eagles” Division.

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TRANSPORT

Cab Investigates Hughes-northeast Link

Washington—Civil Aeronautics Board has ordered an investigation of the relationship between Howard Hughes and Northeast Airlines to determine whether Hughes has established common control of Northeast and Trans World Airlines.

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EQUIPMENT

Maintenance Crisis Threatens Mushrooming Army Aviation

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