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[Report 1961]

The Proven-Effective Battle Plan That Has Helped Millions Deal with the Troublemakers in Their Lives at Home and at Work

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        Paginationxvi, 132 p. :
        Number of Pages42
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Satellites containing reliable beacons can be used to provide improved means of navigation for aircraft and ships at sea and can greatly advance the field of geodetics.

Lansdale's 1961 Report on Vietnam

g Raise South Viet-Nam's prestige among the peoples of other countries especially in Asia and Africa as a means of enhancing the GVN's national security and stability.

00 An electronic copy of this publication is available for download in: The Catalogue of HCCH publications and order form are available.

Implications of Satellite-Based Communications Systems• The Government were good enough to send to my noble friend the Leader of the Opposition in advance a copy of the statement. Wiesner had advised Kennedy on science and technology issues during the Presidential campaign and would become the new President's science adviser.

Payload weight is currently limited by our dependence on modified military rockets as the primary boosters THOR, JUPITER, ATLAS. [Report 1961] references to original document in brackets. Therefore, a crash program aimed at placing a man into an orbit at the earliest possible time cannot be justified solely on scientific or technical grounds.

With your help, and the help of other free men, this crisis can be surmounted. The Communists control over a billion people, and they recognize that if we should falter, their success would be imminent.

A failure in our first attempt to place a many into orbit, resulting in the death of an astronaut, would create a situation of serious national embarrassment. The report reflected the widespread skepticism within the scientific elite of the country over the value, and even the feasibility, of human spaceflight. would not use nuclear [Report 1961] to stop him, and could not do so otherwise. It is a challenge to all those who want a world of [Report 1961] choice.

Freedom can prevail--and peace can endure.