October 4, 1971

The Growing Threat—1

Soviet Union's Technological-military Drive Seeks Superiority Over U.s. By Mid-1970s

Avionics

Landing Aid for Army Progresses

Air Transport

North Atlantic Fares War Spurs Government Aid Bid

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The Growing Threat—1

Soviet Union's Technological-military Drive Seeks Superiority Over U.s. By Mid-1970s

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Avionics

Landing Aid for Army Progresses

Deer Park, N. Y.—Advanced development model of a microwave scanning beam tactical landing system (TLS) designed to meet Army field requirements will be built by AIL Div. of Cutler-Hammer, Inc., under a $4.8-million contract from the Army Electronics Command.

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Air Transport

North Atlantic Fares War Spurs Government Aid Bid

Washington—Erupting rate war on the North Atlantic is compelling U.S. flag carriers to seek government intervention as a last safeguard from deficit-producing tariffs to which the industry is now committed through sales campaigns and promotions.

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Air Transport

Competition Stiffens in Caribbean

American’s entry in market with strong push to be dominant challenges earlier leadership of Pan American and Eastern

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Aeronautical Engineering

German Firms Agree on V/stol

Three airframe companies will emphasize the jet-lift concept, ask government aid for 12-year, $630-million development plan

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personal business

Corporate Bonds: Booming Yields for Easy Sleepers

Yields in the corporate bond market have been so high lately that investors have been nailing down 8% returns by simply buying bonds of the Bell System. Some have gone even higher in profits by picking such companies as ITT and Chrysler. “But it’s crucial to buy quality,” says a top bond man on Wall Street.
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personal business

A Pre-game Treat: Drop That Tailgate and Pass the Klops

GERMAN MEATBALLS AND MULLED WINE? IS THERE A TASTIER DEFROSTER?
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personal business

The Custom Touch: Suddenly a Man’s Car Is His Castle

One prosperous New York motorist hardly flinches anymore when buzzers sound and lights flash on the dashboard as he turns the ignition key. The audiovisual display is merely a built-in warning system reminding him to fasten his seatbelt.
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Air Transport

Potential Market Seen in Eased Taxi Rules

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Editorial

The Growing Threat

The United States has lost its significant margin of strategic military superiority over the Soviet Union in the last two years and is in serious danger of sinking into a perilous position of inferiority by 1975. This dramatic switch in the global balance of military power has gone largely unnoticed by the American public.

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