TECHNOLOGY AND ARMAMENT, NO. 10, 1966.
DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY WASHINGTON D C
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Contents The military engineer Guards training Multipurpose aircraft Camouflage - radar Infrared Technical sciences Salvage ships A combination instrument Exploring for underground water In a complicated situation Specializations differ An officers technical knowledge - duties determine everthing The trainer and psychological training For drivers The Vehicle on the production line Reliable radio sets According to grid charts Features of the PMP pontons By force of explosion An instrument for measuring play Annual inspection Preservation of dosimetric apparatus Lubricants for weapons Magnetic sound recorder replay Shipboard radio communications New standards High-speed cable laying Extending engine life Improve organization Necessary technical conditions Training helps the skilled soldier Manuals and terminology In the signal battalion Bionics and control systems The development of automation What constitutes a discovery Experience and initiative How to become an inventor Desire alone is not enough My advice Practice is necessary Pneumatic structures Surface ship damage control New library.
- Humanities and History
- Marine Engineering
- Military Operations, Strategy and Tactics