- Search For Missing Swimmer At Yellowstone Scaled Back. // National Parks Traveler;8/4/15, p1
The article reports that the search operation for seasonal concessionaire Feiyang "Isaac" Xiang in the Yellowstone River has scaled back. Topics discussed include limited searches in downstream river, backcountry patrols and wildlife monitoring overflights, disappearance of Xiang while swimming...
- Transponder landing system to be installed in Wisconsin. Gilbert, Gordon A. // Business & Commercial Aviation;May95, Vol. 76 Issue 5, p12
Reports on the installation of a transponder landing system (TLS) at Wisconsin's Watertown Municipal Airport. Availability for pilot demonstration approaches; Purpose of the TLS.
- Lander dummy survives crash test. // Astronomy;Feb96, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p28
Reports on the testing of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration's crash-bag landing system. Designed to ease Mars Pathfinder lander to Martian surface; Success of simulation landing.
- New River gets LHA pad. // Naval Aviation News;Jul/Aug94, Vol. 76 Issue 5, p6
Reports on the opening of a Field Carrier Landing Practice site in MCAS New River, North Carolina. Site for the training at an actual deck edge; Resemblance with a real landing ship, helicopter assault (LHA) deck.
- First DGPS landing systems commissioned. Goyer, Robert // Flying;May98, Vol. 125 Issue 5, p34
Focuses on the commissioning of the two precision Differential Global Positioning System satellite landing systems at the Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport in Minnesota and at Newark International Airport in Newark, New Jersey. Installation of ground-based equipment at the airports...
- The U.S. Defense Dept. // Aviation Week & Space Technology;5/5/1997, Vol. 146 Issue 19, p17
Reports on the decision by the US Defense Department not to recommend a precision landing system as a future North Atlantic Treaty Organization standard at a working group meeting in mid-May 1997.
- Night light for low helos. Proctor, Paul // Aviation Week & Space Technology;7/22/1996, Vol. 145 Issue 4, p13
Reports on the patenting of a system of cueing lights to help helicopters perform low-altitude maneuvers and landings when flying over featureless terrain or water in poor visibility by scientists at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration's Ames Research Center. Mounting of the...
- THE OBJECT THAT RECEIVES THE TRACE - A POSSIBLE SOURCE OF ERROR IN TRASEOLOGICAL IDENTIFICATION. POPA, Dragoş // Romanian Journal of Forensic Science;Apr2012, Vol. 80 Issue 2, p987
Through out this article we underline the importance of the correct interpretation of traces collected from the crime scene, which represent the object of traseological expertize or tehnical - scientific reports, by presenting a situation that may be a source of error.
- Uncharted matters. Garrison, Peter // Flying;May96, Vol. 123 Issue 5, p112
Focuses on aircraft accidents resulting from navigational error due to crew's misreading of an approach chart. Ambiguity between pilot error and charmaker error; Lawsuits arising from the accidents; Legal implications of accidents due to incorrect approach charts.