February 14, 1972

Editorial

A Significant Innovation

Aeronautical Engineering

Technology Assessment Bill Gains

NOAA Budget

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Editorial

A Significant Innovation

A significant innovation of great portent to the aerospace industry and the nation was made in preparation of the Fiscal 1973 federal budget. It involved the first overall survey of the advanced technology resources of this nation, how they can be applied to helping solve basic national problems and what needs to be done to preserve and foster them to stimulate future growth of the national economy.

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Aeronautical Engineering

Technology Assessment Bill Gains

New legislative office approved by House would give Congress independent means of assessing validity of technological claims

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NOAA Budget

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Wage Suit

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Sikorsky to Test Advancing Blade Concept

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Aeronautical Engineering

Mockup of U. S. SST for Sale

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Management

Transpo Drive for Buyer Guests Shifts Focus Toward Exhibitors

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Martin Marietta Results

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Space Technology

Pioneer Probe Set for Launch Toward Jupiter

Highest-velocity space mission will get under way Feb. 27 when the Pioneer F spacecraft begins a two-year journey to fly by the planet Jupiter. The 550-lb. TRW Systems spacecraft will be launched from Cape Kennedy by a General Dynamics Atlas Centaur.
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Aeronautical Engineering

Five Firms to Submit Fighter Proposals

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