February 13, 1967

Editorial

The Aerospace Budget—II

Avionics

France Backs UN Intelsat Control

Avionics

Defense Comsat Rule Creates Problems

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Editorial

The Aerospace Budget—II

The military portion of the federal budget for Fiscal 1968 will impose a heavy load on the aerospace industry in the years immediately ahead. President Lyndon Johnson has requested Congress to provide him with about $28 billion for procurement, research and development of aircraft, missiles, helicopters and avionic systems.
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Avionics

France Backs UN Intelsat Control

View emerges as talks begin on new arrangements to replace interim operating agreements; Comsat opposes major change

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Avionics

Defense Comsat Rule Creates Problems

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War in Vietnam

USAF Effectiveness, Loss Rate improving

Continued buildup of all-weather F-4C force increases night operating capability; ‘Wild Weasel’ aiding fighter survival

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War in Vietnam

Soviets Furnishing North Vietnam Helicopters, Transports, Training

Moscow-Russian helicopters and transport aircraft in significant numbers have joined Soviet missiles and MiGs in North Vietnam. One of several giant twin-turbine Mil Mi-6 helicopters which reached Haiphong last year was almost shot down by American aircraft during its first test flight, the Soviets say.
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Apollo Accident Report

Board Changed to Avoid Conflict of Interest

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Apollo Accident Report

Block 1 Manned Apollo Missions Scrapped in Scheduling Revision

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Apollo Accident Report

Cause Still Undetermined in First Official NASA Apollo Fire Report

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Apollo Accident Report

Board Presses Apollo 204 investigation

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Management

'Comprehension Gap' Separates Hearings

House armed services unit asks McNamara to special meetings seeking greater detail on bomber, missile and ship programs
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