September 25, 1961

ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS DIVISION

Rome Is Usaf’s Engineering Backstop

AERONAUTICAL SYSTEMS DIVISION

Arnold Validates Systems Early in Design

AERONAUTICAL SYSTEMS DIVISION

Variety of Programs Typifies Asd Effort

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ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS DIVISION

Rome Is Usaf’s Engineering Backstop

RADC uses in-house and industry skills to develop capability in radar, communications and intelligence.
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AERONAUTICAL SYSTEMS DIVISION

Arnold Validates Systems Early in Design

Former aeronautical facility now stresses space; many government agencies use Center’s capability.
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AERONAUTICAL SYSTEMS DIVISION

Variety of Programs Typifies Asd Effort

Systems Program Offices manages Dyna-Soar manned spacecraft, Skybolt, B-70, C-141 cargo aircraft.
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PROCUREMENT

Systems Command Has New Buying Power

More than $7 billion is to be spent in Fiscal 1962; cost rules tightening as fixed-fee contracts rise.
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AERONAUTICAL SYSTEMS DIVISION

Edwards Becomes Space Recovery Center

Capability developed by Edwards AFB for recovery of the X-15 may be expanded to include Dyna-Soar.
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ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS DIVISION

Command & Control Links Usaf Forces

Electronic Systems Division develops systems that gather, filter and present data for command decisions.
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AERONAUTICAL SYSTEMS DIVISION

Usaf Charting Future Spacecraft Needs

Aeronautical Systems Division manages, programs life cycle of military aircraft, aerodynamic missiles.
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Systems Command Given New Functions

Responsibility for development, production cycles of weapon systems covers $60 billion in USAF funds.
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SPACE SYSTEMS DIVISION

Usaf Developing Wide Space Capabilities

Space Systems Division is conducting a laboratory and flight program of direct experimental investigation to perfect the instruments and techniques on which the U.S. depends for military supremacy in space. The laboratory for this sweeping responsibility is vast, extending from ground-bound test tubes through the solar system.
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ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS DIVISION

Eglin Tests Electronic Support Systems

Eglin AFB, Fla.—Air Proving Ground Center mission is changing, with increasing emphasis on test of electronic support systems as the work load in evaluating air-breathing weapons, air-launched missiles and fire-control systems declines.
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