Model Research: The National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, 1915-1958, 1 tomas
Scientific and Technical Information Branch, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 1985 - 794 psl.
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18 psl. - ... the Advisory Committee for Aeronautics to supervise and direct the scientific study of the problems of flight, with a view to their practical solution, and to determine the problems which should be experimentally attacked, and to discuss their solution and their application to practical questions.
18 psl. - The purpose of the committee was "to supervise and direct the scientific study of the problems of flight with a view to their practical solution, and to determine the problems which should be experimentally attacked and to discuss their solution and their application to practical questions.
101 psl. - Discovery and invention do not spring full-grown from the brains of men. The labor of a host of men, great laboratories, long, patient, scientific experiment build up the structure of knowledge, not stone by stone, but particle by particle. This adding of fact to fact some day brings forth a revolutionary discovery, an illuminating hypothesis, a great generalization or a practical invention.
18 psl. - Standards ; together with not more than five additional persons who shall be acquainted with the needs of aeronautical science, either civil or military, or skilled in aeronautical engineering or its allied sciences...
379 psl. - NACA research results and to control their issue as reports. (Hunsaker to members of Special Committee on Self-Propelled Guided Missiles, 25 Jan. 1945) 52. The debate over guided missiles reveals the proliferation of technical committees advising the military and supplanting the NACA. A Committee on Guided Missiles was created in Jan. 1945 by the Joint Committee on New Weapons and Equipment of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. The Joint Research and Development Board, which replaced the Office of Scientific...
386 psl. - ... National Aeronautics and Space Act: A Study of the Development of Public Policy (Washington: Public Affairs Press, 1962); Enid Curtis Bok Schoettle. "The Establishment of NASA," in Sanford Lakoff, (ed,.) Knowledge and Power: Essays on Science and Government (New York: Free Press, 1966), pp. 162-270, and Mary Stone Ambrose, "The National Space Program, Phase I: Passage of the 'National Aeronautics and Space Act of 1958,' " MA thesis, American University, 1960.
387 psl. - It seems clear to us that these discussions have degenerated into a bureaucratic struggle for survival as a "space" agency on the part of ARPA. The [Defense] Secretary's main problem seems to be to get a settlement that will keep ARPA happy. The position Dr. York keeps taking makes it unlikely that ARPA will be satisfied unless they get everything they wanted in the first place. 39. Robert Rosholt, An Administrative History of NASA, 1958-1963 (NASA SP-4101; Washington, 1966), pp. 37-48. 40. See Alex...
110 psl. - for the greatest achievement in aviation in America, the value of which has been thoroughly demonstrated by actual use during the preceding year.
354 psl. - R&D funds, see A. Hunter Dupree, Science in the Federal Government: A History of Policies and Activities to 1940 (Cambridge: The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 1957), p.