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April 24, 1978

Editorial

Making Standardization Work

Management

SALT Stance Allows New Missiles

Japanese F-15, P-3C Coproduction Allocated

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Editorial

Making Standardization Work

In all NATO countries, defense products tend to be the spearhead of technology. In the case of Western European countries, all of which are highly industrialized, it is vital that, through participation in advanced weapons development programs, they achieve the general economic benefits which defense development programs provide by way of advanced technological stimulation.
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Management

SALT Stance Allows New Missiles

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Japanese F-15, P-3C Coproduction Allocated

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Management

Aerospace Leaders to Join in NATO Conference

Washington—Defense Dept.’s Undersecretary for Research and Engineering William Perry will join a number of other leaders from government, industry and military service as speakers at an AVIATION WEEK & SPACE TECHNOLOGY North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) conference June 26-27 in Brussels.
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Management

Missile Studies Worry Defense Planners

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Navy Awards Jet Trainer Contracts

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Air Transport

ICAO Group Picks U. S. Landing System

Montreal—U. S./Australia scanning-beam microwave landing system won over the British Doppler MLS by a 3:2 margin last week at the International Civil Aviation Organization’s All Weather Operations Div. meeting here, following West Germany’s decision to withdraw its MLS system from competition.

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Aeronautical Engineering

NASA to Enforce Airfoil Patent Rights

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AW&ST Brussels Bureau

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Senate Group Adds $4 Million For Orbiter

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