In Partnership With

January 23, 1967

War in Vietnam

Sustained Viet Buildup Urged to 1972

Space Technology

New Capabilities Broaden Scientific Goals

Equipment

Users Report on Bac 111 Hydraulic Gear

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War in Vietnam

Sustained Viet Buildup Urged to 1972

Military drafting plans for substantial air and ground effort for another five years; intensified strikes are sought over north

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Space Technology

New Capabilities Broaden Scientific Goals

Extent of earth wake effects example of yields possible as NASA plans missions for next generation of spacecraft

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Equipment

Users Report on Bac 111 Hydraulic Gear

Difficulties accompany introduction of short-haul jet, but estimates of their scope vary at conference on fluid power

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Space Technology

Allis-chalmers Pushes Fuel Cell Efforts

Milwaukee, Wis.-Both Air Force and National Aeronautics and Space Administration are pushing here for the advancement of fuel-cell technology for the next generation of manned and unmanned spacecraft. Feeling of both is that although neither post-Apollo or manned orbiting laboratory missions have been sufficiently detailed, achieving certain technological goals now is desirable.

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Avionics

F-111a Flies Land Profile Supersonically

Important tactical capability provided by Texas Instruments radar coupled with General Electric flight control system

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Air Transport

Steady Fare Cuts Spur Atlantic Growth

French economists’ study also cites continuing introduction of new equipment as key factor in building world's major market

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Air Transport

Sas Gains Moscow-tokyo Route

Transsiberian flights are to begin in 1969, giving carrier first great-circle world route; Japan Air Lines granted Moscow run

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Business Flying

Downtown Vtol Service Faces Obstacles

NASA study shows high-angle approach to small area to be more difficult under Category 2 than previously believed

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Air Transport

High-speed Heathrow Cargo Complex Set

London—New air cargo handling complex designed especially for 15 jet airlines using London-Heathrow international airport will cost $14 million and is aimed at high-speed processing of cargo, expected to increase fivefold by 1973.

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Air Transport

State Dept. to Press for New Talks on U.s. Rights to Dublin

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