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NAVIGATION, Journal of the Institute of Navigation
Volume: 15
Published: 1968

   Volume 15, Number 1 (Spring 1968)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
DEEP SUBMERGENCE NAVIGATIONJoseph A. Cestone2 - 15
PRACTICAL ASPECTS OF MERCHANT MARINE NAVIGATIONCdr. Alfred E. Fiore, USMS16 - 21
GEODETIC POSITIONING AT SEAAndrew C. Campbell22 - 26
NAVIGATION IN VIETNAMESE WATERSLt. Cdr. John D. Rohrbough27 - 28
ELECTRONIC AGE IN OCEANOGRAPHYAngelo A. Ferrara29 - 33
TRACK, POSITION, AND COURSE ON CHARTINGCdr. Alfred C. Holmes, USESSA34 - 38
INERTIAL NAVIGATIONDr. Robert C. Duncan39 - 52
GREAT CIRCLE SAILING (GRAPHIC SOLUTION)William M. Fraser53 - 61
THE RADIO SEXTANTE. O. Frye, G. E. Chadima, K. L. Wallace, and G. R. Marner62 - 68
GYRO WANDER CORRECTION BY PERIODIC REVERSALS OF GYRO SPIN, PART INorman E. French69 - 77
AIR NAVIGATION TRENDSAlexander B. Winick78 - 81
ABC'S OF RENDEZVOUSAlan M. Schneider82 - 92
AIRCRAFT POSITION DETERMINATION: A MODERN VIEW OF REQUIREMENTSJohn E. Gaffney, Jr. and Dan C. Ross93 - 98
CANONICAL PARAMETERS FOR TRILATERATION ERROR ANALYSISBin-Lun Ho99 - 104
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE-105 - 108
REVIEWS OF RECENT BOOKS-109 - 111
   Volume 15, Number 2 (Summer 1968)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
THE OMEGA NAVIGATION SYSTEMJohn W. Brogden115 - 118
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT OF NAVIGATIONAL IMPORT AT THE U. S. NAVAL OCEANOGRAPHIC OFFICEHalford Woodson and Dr. Charles C. Bates119 - 126
UNDERWATER LOGSLyman W. Griswold127 - 135
MK NC-2 NAVIGATIONAL PLOTTING SYSTEMC. W. Poppe and C. H. Macdonald136 - 149
NAVIGATION REQUIREMENTS IN THE NAVYCapt. Henry Bress150 - 153
PROGRESS IN PRECISION TIMEKEEPING AND TIME DISTRIBUTIONR. Glenn Hall154 - 156
KEYNOTE ADDRESS SUPERSONIC NAVIGATION-NOW AND TOMORROWDr. Gene R. Marner157 - 161
OPERATIONAL METEOROLOGY FOR SST OPERATIONSJames K. Thompson162 - 168
NAVIGATION FOR THE FIRST- GENERATION SUPERSONIC ERASiegbert B. Poritzky169 - 174
SST NAVIGATIONDave Manis175 - 187
FUTURE ASPECTS OF SUPERSONIC TRANSPORT NAVIGATIONRobert Jon Pawlak188 - 193
LONG RANGE NAVIGATION TECHNIQUES FOR THE SUPERSONIC TRANSPORTR. H. Waldman194 - 198
SEPARATION CRITERIA FOR SUPERSONIC TRANSPORTS AND OTHER ASPECTS OF TRAFFIC CONTROLV. W. Attwooll199 - 204
AN INTERNATIONAL AIRLINE VIEWS SST NAVIGATION REQUIREMENTSB. F. McLeod205 - 208
DIGITAL COMPUTERS FOR OPERATIONAL SYSTEMSN. Pepper209 - 213
GYRO WANDER CORRECTION BY PERIODIC REVERSALS OF GYRO SPIN PART 2. EVALUATION OF PERIODIC SPIN REVERSALS AS A METHOD OF CORRECTING THE WANDER OF GYROSCOPESNorman E. French214 - 218
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE-219 - 222
REVIEWS OF RECENT BOOKS-223 - 225
   Volume 15, Number 3 (Fall 1968)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
THE NAVY NAVIGATION SATELLITE SYSTEM: DESCRIPTION AND STATUSThomas A. Stansell, Jr.229 - 243
NAVIGATION IN OCEANOGRAPHYMichael A. Iacona244 - 256
GREAT CIRCLE ROUTELieut. Jack O. Horton, Jr.257 - 259
TRUE AZIMUTH CALCULATIONMichael C. Hutchins260 - 261
AIDING NAVIGATION BY COMMAND AND CONTROLFrancis J. Enge262 - 264
SHIPS' AUTOMATION AND WORK STUDYCapt. C. A. Abramowski265 - 267
MARINE ELECTRONIC NAVIGATION SYSTEMS-A REVIEWWolf Kuebler268 - 273
RELATION OF AZIMUTH AND POSITION ERRORS IN A LONG-RANGE AIRCRAFT INERTIAL SYSTEMR. J. Holm274 - 279
SIMPLICITY: A VIRTUE IN ROCKET GUIDANCERobert E. Kelley280 - 285
IMPROVED NAVIGATION TECHNIQUES FOR EMERGENCY HELICOPTER SERVICESTirey K. Vickers286 - 296
AVIONICS SYSTEMS FOR THE SST ERAG. L. Benning, G. T. Bergemann, J. M. Holt, and H. M. Schweighofer297 - 307
MANUAL OPTIMAL GUIDANCE TECHNIQUESP. A. Anderson and Dr. J. D. Gilchrist308 - 323
A HANDHELD OPTICAL RANGEFINDER FOR ORBITAL RENDEZVOUSRobert T. Pitlak324 - 331
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE-332 - 334
   Volume 15, Number 4 (Winter 1968)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
SIGHT REDUCTION TABLES FOR ORBITAL PLANE DETERMINATIONWilliam P. Devereux337 - 345
A PRACTICAL MECHANICAL CALCULATOR SPHERICAL TRIGONOMETRYMitchell E. Timin and Alan M. Schneider346 - 354
IRRADIATION AND MANUAL NAVIGATIONRichard F. Haines and William H. Allen355 - 363
NOTE ON DETERMINING RANGE FROM SEXTANT ALTITUDEDr. William H. Guier366 - 375
OMEGA-INERTIAL HYBRID RECEIVERWinslow Palmer376 - 390
EXTENDED CAPABILITY FROM EXISTING NAVAIDSLoren E. DeGroot and John Larsen,391 - 405
THE INTEGRATION OF AIR NAVIGATION SYSTEMSJohn Larsen406 - 414
RECENT PROGRESS IN NAVIGATION SATELLITESL. M. Keane415 - 423
TERMINAL PHASE NAVIGATIONCharles Broxmeyer and Duncan MacKinnon424 - 430
ON THE ACCURACY OF CELESTIAL MPP'S IN AIR NAVIGATIONMajor Ronald A. Briggs431 - 435
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE-436 - 438
REVIEWS OF RECENT BOOKS-439 - 439
INDEX TO VOLUME 15-440 - 442