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NAVIGATION, Journal of the Institute of Navigation
Volume: 18
Published: 1971

   Volume 18, Number 1 (Spring 1971)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
FOREWORDCol. Leonard R. Sugerman3 - 3
THE INSTITUTE OF NAVIGATION IN PERSPECTIVEAlton B Moody4 - 25
GUIDANCE IS FOREVERC. S. Draper26 - 50
THE DEVELOPMENT OF LONG-RANGE HYPERBOLIC NAVIGATION IN THE UNITED STATESJ. A. Pierce and R. H. Woodward51 - 62
MAJOR DEVELOPMENTS IN MARINE NAVIGATION DURING THE LAST 25 YEARSG. D. Dunlap63 - 76
AIR NAVIGATION TECHNIQUESE. W. Anderson77 - 92
TRANSIT, THE NAVY NAVIGATION SATELLITE SYSTEMThomas A. Stansell, Jr.93 - 109
INTERNATIONAL COOPERATIONR. L. Duncombe110 - 115
HISTORICAL APPROACH TO MARINE COLLISION AVOIDANCEA. E. Fiore, R. E. Anderson and L. J. Kapanka116 - 133
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FORUMContributor- Vernon I. Weihe134 - 140
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE-140 - 140
   Volume 18, Number 2 (Summer 1971)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
NAVIGATION AT THE PRIME MERIDIANG. Gebel and B. Matthews141 - 146
AUTOMATIC OMEGA RECEIVER: COMPUTER-AUGMENTED APPROACH TO LOW COST MARINE NAVIGATIONNorman C. Dickerson, Jr.147 - 154
AUTOMATIC REAL TIME OMEGA ACCURACY ENHANCEMENTCharles E. Hastings and A. Clifford Barker155 - 164
NAVIGATION AND THE UNITED STATES POWER SQUADRONSVice Commander Herbert Talboys, N165 - 167
OMEGAE. R. Swanson168 - 175
SIZE AND OCEAN DISTRIBUTION OF THE WORLD MERCHANT FLEET: PRESENT AND FUTURERobert P. Thompson176 - 187
THE VEGA X-BAND ENHANCER-AN ADVANCED TECHNOLOGICAL AID TO NAVIGATIONThomas A. Moore188 - 195
MARINE NAVIGATION AND COMMUNICATIONS AT L-BAND VIA SYNCHRONOUS SATELLITEJerome D. Barnla196 - 204
INCAS INTEGRATED NAVIGATION AND COLLISION AVOIDANCE SYSTEMK. H. Chase and B. V. Tiblin205 - 214
AUTOMATION OF MERCHANT SHIP NAVIGATION SYSTEMSThomas D. Mara215 - 220
LOW COST AUTOMATIC SHIP POSITIONING AND GUIDANCE SYSTEMLt. Commander David H. Freese, Jr.221 - 230
WHEN IS A BOAT SAFE?Commander William N. Spence231 - 236
IMPROVING WEATHER SERVICES FOR THE SAFETY OF RECREATIONAL BOATINGCaleb Warner and Peter Leavitt237 - 246
IMPROVED POSITION LOCATOR (IPL) A MAN CARRIED NAVIGATION SYSTEMW. J. Hoff247 - 252
LOCAL HOUR ANGLE OF ARIES TABLESFrederick L. Devereux, Jr.253 - 258
THE INSTITUTE'S FILE-259 - 260
   Volume 18, Number 3 (Fall 1971)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
APOLLO, A TRANSITION IN THE ART OF PILOTING A VEHICLEJames L. Nevins261 - 280
TECHNOLOGY OF TOMORROW'S COMMERCIAL AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLWilliam G. Denhard281 - 291
EXAMPLES OF MOON SIGHTS TO OBTAIN TIME AND LONGITUDEDr. Frances W. Wright292 - 297
THE IMPACT OF INERTIAL NAVIGATION ON AIR SAFETYR. M. Hershkowitz, D. O'Mathuna and K. R. Britting298 - 307
AVIATION SYSTEM DESIGN FOR SAFETY AND EFFICIENCYNathaniel Braverman308 - 319
THE ROLE OF INERTIAL NAVIGATION IN FUTURE AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL SYSTEMSDuncan MacKinnon and John W. Hursh320 - 330
STRAPDOWN OR GIMBALLED IMU'S FOR THE SPACE SHUTTLET. S. Bettwy, E. A. Goldberg, and H. A. Irwin331 - 343
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE-344 - 352
REVIEWS OF RECENT BOOKS-350 - 351
   Volume 18, Number 4 (Winter 1971)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
CAINS: POINTING TO THE FUTURERonald S. Vaughn353 - 359
AREA NAVIGATION-A QUANTITATIVE EVALUATION OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF INERTIAL SYSTEM AIDINGMarvin Silver and Melvyn Greenberg360 - 368
A NEW APPROACH TO ON-BOARD ORBIT NAVIGATIONEugene S. Muller and Peter M. Kachmar369 - 385
THE STATE OF STRAPDOWN INERTIAL GUIDANCE AND NAVIGATIONAndrew Edwards, Jr.386 - 401
A DIGITAL READ-OUT DAY AND NIGHT MARINE SEXTANTSidney Feldman402 - 408
AIRCRAFT COLLISION PREVENTION IN HIGHLY DENSE ENVIRONMENTSJ. A. Maynard409 - 416
OPTIMAL AND SUBOPTIMAL METHODS OF SATELLITE SURVEILLANCE FOR TRAFFIC CONTROL OF TRANSOCEANIC FLIGHTSHerbert Winter417 - 424
DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS FOR AN INTEGRATED COMMUNICATION, NAVIGATION, IDENTIFICATION SYSTEMRalph L. Asher425 - 432
MAINS, A NEW MARINE NAVIGATORP. Siskind and E. Von Arx433 - 439
NEW SHORT METHOD TABLES (KI 1) FOR DIRECT FINDING OF A TWO STAR FIX WITHOUT USE OF ALTITUDE DIFFERENCE METHODStjepo Kotlaric440 - 449
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FORUMContributors- D. H. Sadler, H. C. Ketts, Editorial Comment450 - 451
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE-452 - 454
REVIEWS OF RECENT BOOKS-455 - 456
INDEX TO VOLUME 18-457 - 459