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November 22, 1976

Editorial

Aerospace Laryngitis

Air Transport

Administration Sets Noise Policy

Management

Pact Clears Way for Polish Engine Certificate

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Editorial

Aerospace Laryngitis

. . . The five years since the defeat of the U. S. SST program have brought numerous problems to our aviation and aerospace establishment. Because they have not been faced effectively, our ability to maintain preeminence, or even leadership, in world aviation is now in doubt.
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Air Transport

Administration Sets Noise Policy

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Management

Pact Clears Way for Polish Engine Certificate

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Rockwell Earnings Rise

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Management

French ’77 Defense Cost 16% Over '76

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Missile Engineering

Tomahawk Clears Crucial Test

Washington—Navy plans to complete the final two flight tests with the advanced development model General Dynamics Tomahawk sea-launched cruise missile in early December after a successful air start test last week at the Pacific Missile Range.

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Seawolf Study

London—McDonnell Douglas Astronautics Corp. and British Aircraft Corp. Guided Weapons Div. last week agreed to explore use of the BAC Seawolf anti-missile and anti-aircraft system in the U. S. Navy study for a shipboard intermediate range combat system (SIRCS), for which the U. S. prime, McDonnell Douglas Astronautics, has been awarded a $ 1.5-million study contract.
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Management

Intensified Soviet Civil Defense Seen Tilting Strategic Balance

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Exosat Award to MBB

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Space Technology

Payloads Selected For ESA’s Ariane

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