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NAVIGATION, Journal of the Institute of Navigation
Volume: 16
Published: 1969

   Volume 16, Number 1 (Spring 1969)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
CHANNEL NAVIGATION AND DOCKING OF SUPERTANKERSJack Kritz and Morton J. Howard3 - 20
MARINE COLLISION AVOIDANCE: HUMAN FACTOR CONSIDERATIONS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT AND OPERATION OF AN EFFECTIVE MERCHANT MARINE RADARThomas D. Mara21 - 28
LONGITUDE WITHOUT TIMEBruno Outlepp29 - 31
NAVIGATING TO THE NORTH POLE-A SURFACE TRAVERSEMajor Gerald R. Pitzl, USMCR32 - 36
YACHT NAVIGATIONBen Warriner37 - 43
A BENCH MARK NAVIGATION SYSTEM FOR SURFACE AND SUBSURFACE VESSELSGilbert Fain44 - 51
SMALL CRAFT OPERATION ON THE INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY OF THE GULF AREAP/C George K. Holland, N, USPS52 - 55
EXPANDED APPLICATIONS OF NAVY NAVIGATION SATELLITE SYSTEM IN MARINE AND AIR NAVIGATIONCapt. Edward F. Gallagher56 - 60
EVALUATION OF LORAN C SYSTEM BY A MANUAL RECEIVER-INDICATOR--ACCURACY OF TIME DIFFERENCE READINGS AND ITS POSITION LINESY. Yonezawa, H. Shinomiya, T. Kobayashi, and Y. Nishitani61 - 70
ACCURACY OF OMEGA/VLF RANGE-RATE MEASUREMENTSJulian Wright71 - 79
NIGHT VISION NAVIGATIONG. D. Dunlap and Oliver J. Edwards80 - 85
THE NATIONAL PLAN FOR NAVIGATIONCapt. Alton B Moody86 - 89
NAVIGATIONAL EQUIPMENT IN THE SUPERSONIC CONCORDE IN 1970Jean de Lagarde90 - 96
EFFECT OF RELEASE ERRORS IN LEVEL BOMBINGLt. Col. Robert G. Smith97 - 102
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE-103 - 105
REVIEWS OF RECENT BOOKS-106 - 107
   Volume 16, Number 2 (Summer 1969)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
PRECISE POSITIONING OF A SHIP AT SEA UTILIZING VLF TRANSMISSIONSGregory N. P. A. Rupport, Ralph Bernstein, and Carl O. Bowin110 - 128
A PRACTICAL APPROACH TO MODERN DAY CHART MAINTENANCEE. P. Sawyer129 - 132
APPLICATION OF SATELLITE NAVIGATION TECHNIQUES TO MARINE AND AIR NAVIGATIONJoseph Chernof133 - 140
THE TRAINING OF MASTERS AND PILOTS IN SHIP HANDLING IN GRENOBLE, FRANCEArthur McKenzie141 - 146
MICRO COMPASS FOR SMALL BOAT NAVIGATIONMarvin Taylor147 - 150
NAVIGATION REQUIREMENTS AND DESIGN OF A CONTROL SYSTEM FOR A SURFACE EFFECT SHIPThomas D. Mara151 - 156
SIMPLIFIED RADAR PLOTTINGErnest B. Brown157 - 167
NAVIGATION HAZARDS IN THE GULFCapt. J. E. Baker168 - 172
SIMPLE GENERAL PURPOSE MARINE NAVIGATION USING NAVIGATION SATELLITE DATAJohn E. Cutting173 - 181
TIME-DIFFERENCE POSITION-DETERMINATION SYSTEM FOR AEROSPACE AND TERRESTRIAL APPLICATIONSJohn E. Gaffney, Jr.182 - 190
FUTURE ASPECTS OF MARINE NAVIGATION FOR SMALL CRAFTVernon I. Weihe191 - 193
NAVIGATION SYSTEMS AND INSURANCEWalter B. Potts194 - 195
AN ECONOMIC EVALUATION OF THE USE OF OMEGA NAVIGATION SYSTEM BY MERCHANT SHIPSCapt. Joseph F. Enright196 - 202
ELECTRONIC TERMINAL GUIDANCE FOR ALL-WEATHER VTOL OPERATIONSDavid W. Young203 - 210
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE-211 - 212
REVIEWS OF RECENT BOOKS-213 - 214
NOTES AND COMMENT-215 - 216
   Volume 16, Number 3 (Fall 1969)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
LAD-A NEW FAMILY OF DEVICES FOR THE AVOIDANCE OF COLLISIONS AT SEARobert F. Riggs219 - 227
EMERGENCY SHIPHANDLING TRAINER, DEVICE 20A62Dr. Brenton R. Groves228 - 239
ELECTRONIC AIDS TO NAVIGATION FOR FISHING VESSELS AND OTHER OPEN SEA USERSColonel Bjorn A. Rorholt240 - 248
INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENTS ON MERCHANT MARINE TRAININGCdr. Edward F. Oliver249 - 253
PRACTICE DOES NOT ALWAYS MAKE PERFECT NAVIGATIONRADM Ross F. Bullard254 - 259
AN OPTIMUM INERTIAL DOPPLER-SATELLITE NAVIGATION SYSTEMR. G. Brown and L. L. Hagerman260 - 270
ARBITRARY PATH MAGNETIC NAVIGATION BY RECURSIVE NONLINEAR ESTIMATIONDr. Henry M. Beisner271 - 278
NATIONAL PLANNING FOR MARINE AIDS TO NAVIGATION-A PRELIMINARY REPORTCapt. Stanley G. Putzke279 - 283
A SIMPLE MEANS FOR DRAWING HYPERBOLIC AND CONCENTRIC POSITION-CHARTS FOR USE IN OIL EXPLORATION OF THE CONTINENTAL SHELFClayton Nielsen284 - 294
TACTICAL AIR NAVIGATIONElmer M. Lipsey295 - 307
FLIGHT TEST PERFORMANCE OF AN AIRBORNE OMEGA EQUIPMENT SETG. Rex Morin308 - 318
DOPPLER MEMORY MODE CONSIDERATIONSRobert H. Mayer319 - 321
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE-322 - 328
REVIEWS OF RECENT BOOKS-329 - 329
   Volume 16, Number 4 (Winter 1969)
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THE NAVIGATIONAL OR TRUE RADAR PLOT FOR COLLISION PREVENTIONJack Pansmith333 - 345
TALKING BEACON SYSTEM IN JAPANTohru Tadano and Shosaku Itoh346 - 354
YESTERDAY'S TRAINING-TOMORROW'S SHIPSCapt. Robert M. Slack355 - 359
POLAR FLIGHTJ. N. Portney360 - 370
NRL-LSl MARK III AIRBORNE OMEGA SYSTEMG. F. Sage371 - 381
DERIVATION OF CIRCULAR FIXES IN HYPERBOLIC NAVIGATION SYSTEMSDr. Joseph L. Ryerson382 - 389
USE OF LORAN IN THE RANGE-RANGE MODEDr. C. T. Kelley, Jr.390 - 400
AIRBORNE OMEGA NAVIGATION SETDonald B. Daniel401 - 406
APPLICATIONS OF OMEGA POSITION LOCATION EXPERIMENT TO MASS TRANSPORTATIONFrancis J. Enge407 - 418
MARINE INTEGRATED NAVIGATION SYSTEMNicholas S. Christopher419 - 423
PRECOMP NAVIGATIONCapt. P. V. H. Weems424 - 427
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE-428 - 431
NOTES AND COMMENT-432 - 432
INDEX TO VOLUME 16-433 - 435