AEROSPAC ORIENT ATION

by
H. E. Mehrens

CIVIL AIR PATROL, ELLINGTON

AIR FORCE BASEl TEXAS

1959
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Contents
PART I. AIR AND SPACE VEHICLES 5. S luntitl R '~l!;ltch ..•.•........•.••....•• 6, Mllnnctl r'-Ughl lm ·PIlC~ •••• , , ••• , • • • • • • 7, xctc:i. e ••••••• , ••••••••• , ••••• , , • • • • ••

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4

PART II.
A.

THE USES AND EFFECTS OF AVIATION
UfiC, 0

4

'h Airplnne , , I. Airet'.1 I :tllil MI!!.\iJ· M:1I111 lIelll ill .. ,
Airlil1e 'rrllmrormtl n .. • ..••....•.••.•••

lndustrlnl Aircruft Airefull Uu. ill

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4.
1.

in BUllio.:s. .•.. In AI:ri '1111til' cs Ail ... r~'1 !\IT

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5. Dlh r Uses I Alrcrufl

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by A hulen ....

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c.

Af,ctll fr flllwllr)'litllll .•• , •••• , , ••••.. , •••• I. 'T II Nnrurc r Airc oft Powarplant ... , •••. Intcrnul Comhustlc 11 ,nllincK •..••••..••••. 3. FII~I...",It1fll'i ........ "",.
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11;11 1mIl' ~II I"I~ •••••••••••••••••• Mu~nllutlc:. of lnternatl mil /wlnlion , rill Lll1' _

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42

2. Regulntlen o~ Intern III 11" Hlghl • .. • •• ,' •
• he: AII'I,hHl' IIud IJI1IHt)y~Jlnte nuti nnl Rela· l (In. •. J. "It 1111111011 (I World tnl .,... • ••••• S. E. reu . , •.•• , •• " ••.•.•

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6. I !.li:11 N~vipltf 11 7. \¥cnllJlr IlIIeI 1111,1111••.•..•....•••..•
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nd Warm Fronrs •.

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PA T I

AIR AND SPACE VEHICLES

A. INTRODUCTION

3

I. A Major

Civil Air Patrol

PUrpOIt!

puce craft,

til's'
IV. The

v hlel·
CAP

but he IIIUlI un lc IIIIIU 10 I}CII'oilll ursuita. Membor

II~]

til·

llllp(m HI C

Operations

An AuthoTity

On

A r05paco

II.

The Notur

of AirClaft and

Space

CraFt

V.

Exercisei' number

plc<:cuing
II

I II statement

the rhrnse correct c. pre .

Ii. : z,

3.
1I.

IIn~t:1 tun
0f"C0.

n"Jnlion.
members

AP

. Th

b

devel pmcill
'11

I C):. ihl hall n

l'tpac'
I:

'hid

v uld n I have

III.

The Use~ and

Effects

of Aircraft

J. 4. 'II,
d. The I. rod! tion bandil . urrounding the earth: '\.

u: ctween .500 Iml GOUmilt's thove the atrno •

phcre. Have ~ 'r ore d lIlt 111:111 r'l ore 1,.ll·y ,.1. Ii l. OITr no hslucl. III NpllCC: I v'l 4. Ale lifT· 1 -II llnmlllllunlli Iorcc '.

ny

• '1 h '

nvers,

mcrn

er
nl

I,
understandings.

4.
4

B. AIRCRAFT

s

1.

forfy

Flights

So

Fare:

i

Acting Upon an Airplan

2.

AIrcraft TVpos

3.

The ReocHon Principle

6.

Control of th

Alrpla"

In Flight

4.

The B moulll Thoor m

6

in uffici nl 111'1. «nil
l"ilCI ion.

rln. rL!.iultlll~
1II pll\II':.

rrom
II. C

of:l irpl nc - 1

7. High Speed
WI,
11 \

Flighl
oIl[ICh

We mean

e p.:!nk II nir~p'!'d

llivil! cI h

number the peed

(

r

9.

Alrcrafl

Hydraulic

and

Electric; SYJt m$

10. Ailcraft

In rum

nh

8.

SINc1urai

Design

11.

Aircraft W igh! and Bclan(~

'tl1 re I holm tin J J10illtJI ssum d to be I!>CAled along tbe chord len .Ih of II wing, hey IIr' rhe center f H(uI'ity Ind the center r pressure, Alrphme dilDO rm t

7

The ungle of inciden • Is: I. l'urnll I In rho relative Hind, 2. Never rl, inglc betwe n III· ehnrd IInc nt Ihc win n)(11 ,Ind the I ngiru llnnl [ ,. ur the nirplnnc. ~. The ll1ltle hl!lw", III I rd lin' nl the willg

'1

l

ml [he relul)

s whul,

r.

4. t·
I.

h,

1\ If the center , ',IIWll d f

'lTL'clivc
Ill,. III

rearward 'I. i.

III Ih'

cJf ctlve

3.

12.

Exercises
I'IIW

ent r of pre sure. fly •. Itl!~SC" uctin on un nlrplune In nillh! Ire: I. 'cnsi n, b ·lIdll11). lor on, ornprc skin, nd thru t. Ufl. w iglll. thru I. j;rnvlt', Inti IIffl t. 3. Ten ion, corllp'·Cls. ...ion. b riding. sheur, 111111 1 rslon, iI. t, nd rnot r. which III hnillne or n Ii plu I). • ill flight. k. h rd j~ (Il:nn' I Ill< uie (Ii. runcc 1 tween the imaginary pcrpcndicul iTS erect 'r!; I, "rl '" wblg Iii , win lip, 2. From the Wintl 1"\1 10 Lbe horizontal stablllz , fi'lIr,. 1. At th I aufng ~nd Irallllll.! I, .~ f .... In·. 4. AI the nl r (grnvitv nll the 'cnler (
Th·

't' '(

u circle ar md the nurnh , 11 I I m. ke th t 1:11
'art

pi'

c ·.nnS the phrusc
e rreet

tIlt '111 'III

I.

"':11.

t)rpoi
\I

t ta

file rc \II , : 3. A bflllo n. ,'- A hulicorl~r lill' construe tlo n are : n the:
1'\

r and nnlilcvcr,
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c.

n. 4. d.
IN

m the mputed
1.

enter In:
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0

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4.

4.
8

4.

c.

AIRCRAFT POWERPlANTS

A cutaway

of the J·47 turhoj t which d,v

lop. 5,200 pounds

of thrust.

9

I.

Th Notul

of Aircraft Pow rplant

'om

nlruaf.

,Ilil

u,. prop,

lie. ,

n:
omp

r.II .
'li'lll11,

ngine i 10

hnscd up n the Ill" thai Ii 'III m"hlllli .1 'nIl y" thlt

n-

upcrchnrger j Mlf' in l!nslnCll

1111 •

III"

hcut

The

4.

Elcctlic Systems

6.

Lubrication

and Cooling

S.

lh Th

Usc and Lou of Hcal prinC'irlo

r

opcnulon

of the nlrcraft

engine

is

11

8. Pow "PIon' Instruments and Controls

7. Thrust and th~ Propell~t

·n'l; j

l c:n~il1~

12

9. berci

s
[If

I.

A

Draw a circle

lIml III' numb mnkc the I tnl
Ihl:

I.

I l rnu

I

I C'.

'nee
3, .1. m.
pooml Il Hod

h.

ulr-

~
inleillul 'he: pull The I in 1.1 r d, n.

11

R
n!llne wiIJ ecru II Iwn 111(: j I nlrcr ft ls: MPli MPH.

0

ne P II d II 1111'11. of IJ jC1 I hM. ep wcr when the speed f I '1 4) MPH. SO() 7 MI'II. I. 7, o

u,

the exhaust vnlvc in n our·1 on the: 3. It! ili ,,\ . tmk . IT. h:1ll31 uroke,

c.

I'.

p.

per
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110111

claturc

.,
3,
.r:1I mount

4,

4.

1,1.

ntl there'
2,

hllrlcli

the

all LIt! d

3. h.

rn

Ihe

urblne

whe I to; 111'1"l.'n

·1.

b: I. 4.

til
0llc1 d '-

motor,

r

III

Ihc

'II

ine..
II. U \ullly
Hlhlf!~ fOI • ir:rMI instruments nrc: one: three I p ,. Wh ch :111 I f 01 r(ll· It will' 1\ III I ll5QJ I measure temp rature I. Wh '11,1\111 IIr II~ Thcrm c~)tlpk. 3. Vnpnr-prc.l life type ihcrrnornerer nn U trrll n rub •

L

'I'ernp

1rllllll'u

y, t ClYI r r alrcrnf'l

4. Anew lI.

t.

4. 'n
II rer

I.

ft

WhIch or UII! following engine instruments woulu V II 1"1:1 1:1 lillel II 1111 In-line e sille hut not on 0

2.
4.

1.

rndlul cagin ", I. llnde hl!llil Irun pc nuu re gnugc. Manir ,It! pre: stir f,lflugc. 3. l' ~mt temf' 'f"lurcWlll " 4. f'arrurctor IT temperature gn L;'

13

D.

AVIGATION AND THE WEATHER

N " COURSE OF PLANE

Th. whld and tho woath.r

C1ffotf

navigation.

14

f lilillldc

and

t c earth

'lllll)l'

ru vll: ... 1 r 1 lndlcatcr. m ~IlCI;C

in trurn nt
I:! IIIru. ... . ~

ur

IhLl cloc] .., l1in"l 'L:d

11111JlIUIll 'lei,

2.

Measuring Tim

S'a(~lnlil

low·vl.lb

1I1w> oa''-'r w

(",""negton landlnv opora.l(lnl.

3.

Pllotag

Ii~hl plunnlng 1 c. tremd imp rumt, Plio ftying alrcraft with III radio qulpmcm Iln iSlll!! II pii( til 'C, deud ckonlng, ,'II C 1111 111111 I 0 bOiIl. Willi III uJj '(Illip' rnenr, nt vi tl111tm'

re uricted

t

vi5unl !light rule

VFR),

lS

Pilocugc is rmvilllltillll,

11180 II

cd I here urc

6.

Col

tial NOlligation

4.

0 ad Reckoning

7. W~ath

(and

Flight

S.

Rad10 Navigation nllko pilot gc, rndio
1Ii1\!j'11110n

can be done

[llmOSI

SU

IIrons.

The In"

16

d grc .
( till IIlC~.

1.

bu ic

ns

rucnts

2.

2.
f. 8. Air Masus, Cold Frol'lls, and Warm Fronts 4.
rt

!lnll reaches
III
Il.

I urn ),1 I

4.

. Mklrncrldlun
Till' COlli ' •
1aII'lv ••

c~ur

. , hili'

vi

I,

whl

11·1

urse nn

I.

of departure

Il~ lUItJr

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3

ould ill

a.J ,

,mini!)

I wnve mmed

1.
uir

j.

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k
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';ul 1. 4, I<nlli

-

koning,

by
t.
2.

n inst ru me Ifl u. cd

n warm

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4.

o. /\ contlncntnl I. Hunlld. the- Greenwich
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11111

2-

ry.

3.
4.

Id. HI. 17

E. AIRPORTS AND AIRWAYS

Every communltv

ne d on olrport.

18

1. Airporb and Airwoy

Growth and D v lopm nt

2. Charting Airports and AlrwaV'
our
':111)<.

4. ~unclion,

of Airporls

of ElC)ctronld In Alrc~aft Control

11§

wit '11
111(llo}'lI

I

19

6.

Th. Regulation

or Air Traffic

£1.. I,on

(1

p.ovlJ

• ,n tin

'01

~onlioll"

S.

Functions

of Airways

7. The Flight Rules
'I'll

r

20

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ralll! '
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lmrn two VOl .~I;tlillll..
f

l.

4.

lnndmnrk

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dcv c.c. W. I h gJVL! the air-

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S. Exerdse5
:I

I.

I raw IHe, i!l
r,

c rul ' lill 111111 Iii \
C'Il 10 mll"c

11111111 ~

preceding

III

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n,
l lnlurrn
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churtx

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in

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I. RUII\I'II I unwil.

{I. 'I ypo ,f runwn slIrfll c. II. ItU' '(' 'r 1~. in I II NI1' )rtlllr~ 'ull imJII 0 v ILuge: und lI('rnlltlll~ movement in such II ll nly when: I. Tit
Mnltll lie lin 'N II'
TC

RunwlI ' width.

'lellul ion. I 'n~1 I.,

IIHlIl1hi t 'tm~

plut

II

Hight accurately II lit· pr ,_

3. 4.
III.

a c n I letII

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r.
3.

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11,

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11

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4.

4.

21

F. FLIGHT INTO SPACE

Man hal alr.adv

launched space v h (I

I.

22

r.

Background

3.

R6Ck~

Enginu

ond Mi

II

PropuisjDn

2.

Guid d Missilcts

23

4.

Minlle

Guidance

Systems

6.

Monned

Flight i to Space

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.,11",,11'
n's luw

n

or

tJ\~

iustrnm •.,

. lemlS.

S.

Sdentiflc

Researclt
yslCfll~

(I~' Illlils' 11.

gull.!-

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I

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II
Ol'IIW will :1 I

h

~,t I ruukc the

"'k

hi' IIIIHI

III' ).I,l

11111

er pre
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't'

lin , tne phl'lI"
I-~PI ')'l'illlI,

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II C( I r 'cl

the

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I he hnrn Icri:-.lic n" -', stern , hidl .1 present iJi: I. "h mi III, 2. Imilz I r''''II'lc" J. I Ill.' 11.'1 pll~1l L 4. II drogen 111 le III.

lit," 'nll"~I

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ny pra Ilenl

I the

.,11, '1\1"1 pplicIItion

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Ul

irn '.

An C,\l1t!1 hn '111;,1 I'll 'kcl cl111,n' lie I'I:L'!IIH h meM\ t i': L A I1U I·", J. A turbine,
J ~:,

tur

as:
I,

I. l hi p"rlll:lcs. ·1. A I!HI 'n'IIC device, 'hemicul , Ckl'l [lro ,,1'ili'" sY:.lcms mil I' eln Ifi II
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I

rlc

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m )IIOprOI'Clllll1. 3. 1.111'1141 pcllnnl Ilr r 'iolill P'I I~ ·lIrlill I. Clrg:IIl' und in r 11111•

'11:1111 II

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I. Rudi rmm In,1 ),

II

"lIldll1n:

"yslmn

BC:lm-rj(! r.

.• Homing guldnnce, -I. Incrtin., Th 1111'11' r ''1"lrctnl:lll' f lin 11111( mmle g~lidJlnce :-.stern In 'Ill c all hill'" (I the (lI1I1W~1I t: I.

2.
4, (lhcl'wh, il w uld nIl ,'coVC:I'nhh; I rr :-~-1lI. !luill ·,1 III sll' ure P 1WI.'r(jJ h C1IMln el )jln~d ... ; I. I'll Ion J. Ion,

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f Ib It"" I ',111' ,.1, II I -nVI~ Ih~ earth'

trnosphcrc.

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s,
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Inr- r 'kel used I ru Jilbl V·! Hll!kCl I I~e InJ u: II. S.:CLM,Li ~'UttU ~ roekct

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N.

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I

Dart,

Vrll'l~lIl1nJ
I

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I. ~ .. \It. , 1\ 'M, 3. I(~BM.

'1

high

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II rum-en

I' -,

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t.

r.

2.

h rr(Iplil on y!item. The jet SII' mm,

~ Rcuctl n muss. • rill ~I P:IISOlII.

whl.:.h IILHvili t IIIn II" -r ,1 I. J 00 III u. (\lld. 't Ion rnilli II.
1. -1-, lOCI hHi
410 rrulll
111.

~ Inu nliltll. 1,C SlIl..,

ing chicle I, .,,, miles.

*,
1,,11

U.UUO

eel.
Ci!1.

I:!..).(
IjIlI1

I 'lul1gs contains the

~Iur ~

n.

)

I

25

PART II

THE USES AND EFFECTS OF AVIATION

A. INDUSTRIAL

USES OF THE AIRPLA

E

Aircraft of til

futura ara roll "9 off assembly

lill s,

29

1.

Aircraft

and

MI sil

Manufacturing

2. All-Un

Tronsportation

Tr,·".1 "nJ N~'Mnfll ","OII,;y n, 1.

.~.

-

UII~II_ II.

"',

ho

"1('.1

:11111 NMhlfl~1

II In',,·n.I..,." .."."J"IIJ"", 1(,'" 1111 I'Llln1l1l11 r,.11,1I1I,J. 1'11"1.

30

3. Aircraft in 8usi"

31

III' . 1111 il11pl'

1\ • lIesll

t ies. 'fhi has 'en mo t I mlflenn; In hoth Ihe nitctl "lIles IImJ r.cighboring I n Is. Our Western (lIfmcls huve 11~t'11till' .Iir 'u I clrceli\' '1 durl,,· hlil/Ild'i. II I 0111' in Iee Jin. to roon d to ·k. bill ulse In providing rood.

r

hi

II tU

IlIinl:ll~. poulu

y.

und

et thing. lind

R\

die: I 1Iu(lpllc.'

n wb lint! neisll o , ,

Moll, 'OW,,",

tin" frvl. Or" (unled by nl, h"n.port 01 th 01:111'"

10 all comort

IX pcthap$.

the: grcate

I

5,

Other Uses of Alrrraft

hnnt wh

not)

us e

uirtill'

in th

32

'[IY eompnrn 11.1 ill size 11.1 Iii 11 hul til (it.! n tl. supplied by alr, One-third the good transported was fi d All I lveri wer m:l(I :lL:I C . l f 3. ut eighl c ntll " pound . •[ IU , W' ·cc IlVlllhon'5 im net upon production, dhtributl n, nnd consumption or I:l od~ and crvlces, anll upon

4.
Co

I 1111 °m:11

nlll

(Wlllie.11

ell:" ictcr] lie of :ll'crnfl

d.
th lap.!!

c.

2. 4. f. nm!

.,
6. Busineut!5 Ra I ~tlN af Advernly Afocted

~.
4.

by Av;ation

g. In
J.

3.

f lime "
11111'"

4.
ccntlnuc
11 tlill~ COli10

1.:11rs

IJ

Ul )'

h.

I 7. El(@rdse~

ederul supervision of ilr It' '0 !JCJ! 1II1~ r:JlllClly 2. y 11 II Il'r rh tr I powered nighT of II a r 'r;iI'l. Wllh the: en trncnt 1( th AU omrnerce A'I of li2 . J. WLth tb CJl CI III III 01 the Ivll Ac.mnnilli ~ I.
ACI~

Wilh Ih r enuermcnt

r

the WeLl

j.

Ls:

I. Fro" I

4.

J. P<$I nnd wcc.-j e ntt
Ruin making,

• . II n

C

~ er

1111'

Icd

1 within citrus grove . re:,.
.

33

B. ECONOMIC

EFFECTS

TI10 aircraft aWeds th

conomy of many Indu.trl

s,

34

1.

Employment

Opportunities

1.. ThD Worth of Aviation

Indu

rn

percent. 3. Importanco Indui"ius of Aviation for Non-Aviation

th·

3S

I.

'.
4.

il,l

1111

In tude:

'0

I,.

J

r.

.1.

941•
mi·
•\ I

\1'4.1

I1v wltul n

1,( ()O,

4

E)(ertite~ h. -I.

r Will 'I~ n Hnd the nnrnh l' pre ~I.! ng the phru c which I.. 11:"11 n",k the 1 1I:1'1\e II 1 eerrc I. t
II.

un
11(1.1

U

11111 -;I ,. wh 'II • rnIllil Uti· nl lhc United

nd , lUI~J
")

O() m IC!..
11111(,,, fln:11l '1'.

,III il .. 4. 50lfi> lid .. i1c~. h. Bee.III.· of II 'V()!t'11I1IIIIN III aln;l\tlt nnd urrcr fl Pll\ "l'ialll d 1111 nil bin nc f th following metals ure IIN~d h uircrnn rnnnuf eturers. '11'13 n '1111 I : I. Llthiur», !.. B(!I 11111111. J. Zlt'c niuru. ,1. I iiinl II111, I!. J'Ii hili rend!:'nl Indu.lr n linn ill Ihu rnnnul retur of nircrnrt Illd lIti,~.ill::; ".lItliI·r in the:
I. TL!n __

37%

nir roft

gle, Ie.

j,

1.. Fflllltlrclllo! .
4. • houlllllld'i HUIIJ, '11 III HJ IIHWI. "ppIU, Inlltt,·1
C:(IU~J.

36

c.

AVIATION AND POLITICAL DEVELOPMENTS

Aviation

supporh many government

st",icel.

37

rh

rvll

3.

F deral

Airport Programs

38

4.

Th
The

F rJ ral Aviation

Ad

or

1958
'Ivll

S.

Fodora'

GO'i

rnM~nt Agencies

tn Aviation

6.

Slat

A ronautics

CommissIons

1.

Ex relso

n lilt ry
In t Lho
!oJ

1. b.
4.

I

W rid Wnr

curried.

"

p cdril

ted

hy the

From muil tr nsp 3.

rt

(,r

lUrlllll

il

1.:()I'III'IIc:lt!

II)
I

privlIl

mpanles

ClilllbH!i.b

39

d.

In I!J .J llr I.

I'C uuon

If the

IltiUII'!\

.1. d II In-

J.
el

h. 'nl(! I. !.

1958

nvol

L!

" ~.
mu I

h'

'(1111 •

III

lnl1l

e an ulrm I

Inil

did not

he

lin

-I.

rive o( I lit

s

I IlL! cunc '111 1)1 unrcglllcltcd rlrlinc ornpctu n \\n' al ~IshcI hy' I. The Air Mn I Act I!H4. The elly Dill. , II 1!!}1111u 1111 ,I I I. 4, uruu-l 'l! Hill. rh nrmn-I.ee 11111 gil' III ~II0\'1" 'I~ 11m. i I. iI Midi Act or I .5. Air it A 1 01 l' .1 ,

,.

J.
1. At u.•

I.

-.

4,

ur·

formerly

IO~1

to hurr cnnes,

40

D. INTER ATIONAL

IMPLICATIONS

Aviation'. Implicatlont

ar. Inhrnctlonal.

41

1. Th Magnitude Operation

of Inte.motil)nal
lvll A viurlon Or

Aviation

11l1L!H 1'1 n nil OIIlI'TI~ Thlrty.dghl scnted in Ihi orgunizatton,

nu

1\"

II

reI re-

3. Th

A lalion~

Airplan

crnd Improved

Inlernallonal

2,

Ragulalion

of Inl rnational

Fllgh.
• 101m jS~1 lit fill'

created ib'·

4.

The £volutlon

of a World Stot

42

5. Excrcis~~
1:1\ "ci,cll!.a un I III nll"''''1 IU~ cdinu \11· 1,lllIl'l! whl It , 1Il''l1It umkc I he lnten. III 1,;4111 • L n, \ ilhin Ih' 10 ~tl' II' 11' it II It 41) t ", '1. III number IHI.'I..cngc. or: ".,ill· ,II' tlunt ~ 01 '111' h • ItI( h \4J luei cused reo IIIlit! . wlxe uver the IIl1m"1 r I, sillg

r.

IJI(C

Ctl

c whi'lI
in:

I

f the II\.

ail

\ ;1'1 held

(lr
I)

I

shi"

fit 1: I(11", III .I()~ .

r.

2.
4.

h.

,
.1. c.

rn 111;,"1111'.

Ihal:

J.
,

IW dn.'IIItIShll'c

' III II • llll".. ""orld Il'l -s

jlll'~ his

ehnnged
ne-\

rid

culture

II" ~'1I1 learn IU Il"l! III

4.

\\lurid

Jital~ centrnt ::!
lI,

nrr I f lnrge

nlulIlI

,. Iv
dll 01

3.

4.
j.

III

IIItllrnall\."nl

I.

unity. III opcrat! n,

.3. FAI. 4. I A

4.

43

E. MILITARY AVIATION, SPACE OPERATION, AND RESEARCH

Air FORo m chanin

In5p ct

it

powerplanl,.

44

1. Th

Airplon

end Nalionol

S cuTily

4.

Tho Missiles

Program

2. Th Airplane

Os

a Mlnlory

3.

Mililary

Avialion

OJ

a Oct rrent Foret 5. R~s arcn and Aviation

'gllni/'.

4S

7.

Areas

of Rockel

Rolcorch

III II;HlII~ research Includes 'Xf1'nTJ1 'nilli n with 1I11~ rc.'~>Ir; vehck I ·;.i!n Il I undumcntul In Ilmi Jcccs!.ful Invc: tl'lllli I In other high-:Jltllllll' HI!!II. depcndx "1'4 II il ~ II '111 verncms, r " umpl '. 1h devcl flnlent IIf a u':llIflcli "'lcllIl~ ",UKI fi"HI he rn:<;cdcII hy rhe d~vulopl1l' I. 01 munncd srJlu' ehlcle, The ucsiB,1I I' lid I 'I" le dcp nds 111'011 th' r ':cllrch mployin.' 'IIi 'J. 1\'
",iSNiI'

t

i

rhe X-IO

lIIlIi

'-1 •

8.

E)lerches

II.

"J
\

'III mimi
Ij

I h III

n:rnl'l

'\1

l l trbor,
RI'/IUII

urd

11 ...

Prr/l('t

0/

6.

Th@ Rock t in Re$.t!orch
h,

••

I.

e

I')W'

nc

3.

4.
c. In

ni n in

the IIi,•

cqu

ra"~1!1IIII' II, "rul wns 'penl for missile
III

fl.v ntl n

procurement I III m 111 ry

r.

A

r

ntOiJ

bill

11

uem,

4.

).

4,
I.

is

Tilt I.

II.

J.
phenomena,
The mnnned ')laC' t.hicl, ic ITI. oiled, 01(1111<:.

2.

p Iili 4. Bioi (;y.

47

F. SOCIAL EFFECTS

Th. ,odol

offocr. of aviorron are worldwido.

48

1. Factors in Social Phenomena

2.. The Airport

and

the Community

4,

Aviation

and the Famllv

S,

S;9niAcon~

In Educalion

3.

'n, l'fT' I '11 1"1.11'1 ·W nment n the ecni gurnl n I dUd is lH:ginning to be felt. Inl nd cl have cc m terminal points for internntional cornmcrce. A,'ll1.icllI"j IIIulr LCS 111• II \lclnf1II\CIlI of II 'W ~iI ur mlllst t ;1 t hll • '. Thr HI fr nu )f'( p,n mllltnr Ilirc H I the N II II' uril mu eventually bring about dcccntrnllznti n population and UI rclocurlcn r ItlL!l htlin 111· Nnl on's tntorlor_
49

Population

a

u

o

III ,.