April 24, 1972

Editorial

The German Aerospace Industry

Avionics

ECM Stymies North Viet SAMs

Avionics

USAF Plans ‘Background’ IR Satellite

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Editorial

The German Aerospace Industry

Once the leading aircraft industry in the world, the German aerospace industry has emerged from its war-shattered wreckage and a decade in exile to play a new role in the German domestic economy and as a modest but technically strong partner in international programs.

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Avionics

ECM Stymies North Viet SAMs

Cake, Fan Song B radar jamming forces SAM launches in blind barrages at Haiphong; MiG is shot down in raid on U. S. fleet
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Avionics

USAF Plans ‘Background’ IR Satellite

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Aeronautical Engineering

F-14 Funding With Restraints Urged

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FAA Proposes Transponder Requirement

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Aeronautical Engineering

Allison Wins HLH Engine Award

Washington—Vertol Div. of Boeing Co. and Detroit Diesel Allison Div. of General Motors were selected last week to develop and integrate an 8,000-shp. turbine engine into the Army’s Heavy Lift Helicopter Advanced Technology Component Program.
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Space Technology

Problems Mar Apollo 16 Moon Flight

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Apollo 16 Launch Marked by Few Problems

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Apollo 16 Landing Delayed By First Space Wave off

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NASA Budget

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