January 24, 1972

Editorial

Nixon Boosts Technology

Avionics

U.S. Exploits Spurious Radiation

Avionics

U. S. Seeks Improved Anti-Radiation Missiles

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Editorial

Nixon Boosts Technology

In recent years, America has focused a large share of its technological energy on projects for defense and for space. These projects have had great value. Defense technology has helped us preserve our freedom and protect the peace. Space technology has enabled us to share unparalleled adventures and to lift our sights beyond earth’s bounds.
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Avionics

U.S. Exploits Spurious Radiation

Monitoring of unintentional radio frequency radiation from enemy equipment opens new facets of electronic warfare

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Avionics

U. S. Seeks Improved Anti-Radiation Missiles

Spurious emission (RINT) and air-to-air applications for anti-radar missiles evidence a drive by the Navy and the Air Force to enlarge the performance envelope of anti-radiation missiles beyond their initially conceived role against ground-based radar signal emitters.
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Viggen Fighter

Swedish parliamentary defense committee gave unanimous approval to development and procurement of the fighter version of the Saab Viggen in submitting recommendations for the country’s defense forces for 1972-77. The action on the JA37 version of the Viggen, taken Jan. 14, was part of an overall defense expenditure plan of $6.8 billion for the five-year period.
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Space Technology

Apollo 16 Site Offers Varied Geological Features

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Space Technology

Weapons Seen Soviet Space Effort Goal

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Space Technology

Comsat, ESRO to Discuss Joint Satellite

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Space Technology

Gilruth Named to Special Personnel Post

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Space Technology

Last Skylab Mission May Exceed 56 Days

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Aeronautical Engineering

Boeing Aims 347 at Army Logistics Need

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