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April 20, 1987

AIR TRANSPORT

American Diversifies Operations Based on Airline-related Skills

AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING

Researchers Urge Further Tests to Improve Rotorcraft Models

SPACE STATION POLICY PROBLEMS

International Negotiations Stalled By Nasa/military Station Dispute

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AIR TRANSPORT

American Diversifies Operations Based on Airline-related Skills

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AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING

Researchers Urge Further Tests to Improve Rotorcraft Models

Mountain View, Calif.—More extensive flight research of rotorcraft dynamics aimed at compiling an accurate test database is needed to refine industry-standard analytical computer models, which currently do not reliably predict wind tunnel and flight test results, according to government researchers.

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SPACE STATION POLICY PROBLEMS

International Negotiations Stalled By Nasa/military Station Dispute

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AIR TRANSPORT

American Begins Operations at Secure Computer Center

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MANAGEMENT

Integrated Systems Drive Increased Usaf Flight Testing

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SPACE STATION POLICY PROBLEMS

Canada Would Quit Station If Pentagon Demands Prevail

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AIR TRANSPORT

Pilots’ Offer to Buy United Meets Company, Union Opposition

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AVIONICS

Advanced Cockpit Development Effort Signals Wide Industry Involvement

Wright-Patterson AFB—The Air Force will release a program research and development announcement within the next two months for development of the cockpit of the future, leading to award of study contracts by mid-1988 as the service shifts from internal development of the concept to broad industry involvement.

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SPACE STATION POLICY PROBLEMS

Europe Maintains Cautious Attitude on U. S. Station Cooperation

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MANAGEMENT

House Armed Services Forced to Rewrite Defense Budget

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