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June 17, 1968

Safety

Low-level Turbulence Study Urged

Management

Job Training Programs Expanding

Special Report—Air War in Vietnam:

Usaf Stresses High-speed Rescue Need

7677

Safety

Low-level Turbulence Study Urged

Investigators of Braniff BAC 111 crash find knowledge of angled gusts inadequate, cite industry’s possible overreliance on radar

4243

Management

Job Training Programs Expanding

Big aerospace companies, airlines assume major role in task to aid hard-core unemployed; carriers cite need for workers

5657

Special Report—Air War in Vietnam:

Usaf Stresses High-speed Rescue Need

Improved North Viet air defense network negates potential of HH-53B, emphasizes requirement for tuboprop AX fighter

6667

Avionics

Army Plans Rotor Blade Radar Test

Mounting of antennas in helicopter blades offers large aperture, high scanning rate, unobstructed view, without increase in drag

2425

Air Transport

Service Gaps in Pacific Attacked

Three carriers charge during CAB hearing that examiner failed to provide enough direct through-plane service in route plan

1819

Management

Aerospace Mergers on Horizon in Italy as Turin Show Closes

2627

Air Transport

Distinctions of Roles Cloud Supplemental Tour Hearing

1819

French Strike Report

French Seek to Weather Strike Impacts

2627

Air Transport

Cargo Slump Laid to 'chaos on Ground'

1011

Editorial

Air Cargo's Ground Bottleneck

Air cargo has an “airdrome syndrome.” It might more effectively deal with its users—and much of the present needless vehicle traffic—at terminals removed from the airport and located in the centroids of traffic. Air cargo does become a major culprit in creating transport problems by needlessly drawing many trucks to the airport itself, by seriously under-utilizing these trucks, and by drastically peaking their appearance both by hours of the day and by days of the week.
June 101968 June 241968