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March 26, 1979

Editorial

Controlling Export of Technology

Aeronautical Engineering

Soviets to Field 3 New Fighters in Aviation Modernization Drive

Aeronautical Engineering

Robinson R22 Helicopter Certificated

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Editorial

Controlling Export of Technology

In the spring of 1974, the Defense science board was asked by the Dept, of Defense research and engineering to form a task force to assess the control of technology transfers for military significance. The debate regarding export controls for technology of military significance to Communist countries has intensified over the past five years, receiving increased attention by the Congress, Executive Branch, industry and the media.
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Aeronautical Engineering

Soviets to Field 3 New Fighters in Aviation Modernization Drive

Washington—Soviet Union is preparing to field three new fighter aircraft as it continues its drive to modernize offensive aviation and air defense forces with 5,800 new aircraft by 1983. The three new aircraft are: Model K — A variable-geometry-wing air superiority fighter with an interceptor mission.

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Aeronautical Engineering

Robinson R22 Helicopter Certificated

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Aeronautical Engineering

Human-Powered Aircraft Readied for Channel Flight

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Red Fleet’s New Carrier Now at Sea

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Space Technology

Soviets Fix Salyut Fuel Tank Problem

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Kennedy Compresses Schedules To Hold Shuttle Launch Option

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Kennedy Compresses Schedules To Hold Shuttle Launch Option

ESA Satellite to Synchronize Atomic Clocks

Paris —European Space Agency has begun a $28.4-million program, dominated by Italian participation, to launch in 24 months a satellite that will synchronize atomic clocks in the U. S. and Europe and also relay meteorological data from other parts of the world.
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Management

Treaty Involves $4.5 Billion in Arms

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Management

Labor Dept Freezes Foreign Hirings

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