All in Good Time

Hayward, George
November 1999
Airman;Nov99, Vol. 43 Issue 11, p20
Deals with United States Air Force Space Command's Global Positioning System (GPS) constellation of satellites' Y2K compliance. Role of the GPS in the navigation accuracy of the world; Comments by 1st Lieutenant Mike Stapleton, chief of the Y2K transition team for the 2nd Space Operations Squadron, on the Y2K tests of GPS; Actions taken for the Y2K compliance of the GPS.


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