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SUBJECT INDEX

A

A-l. (See Aircraft.)

A-7. (See Aircraft.)

A-37. (See Aircraft.)

A-4. (See Aircraft.)

AABNCP. (See Aircraft.)

AC-47. (See Aircraft.)

AC-119. (See Aircraft.) P«W

AEDC (Arnold Engineering Development Center) 963

AGM-15A. (See Missiles.)

AIM-9L. (See Missiles.)

AJLQ-99 1001

Activities outside service, military personnel assigned to 232,234,235

Advanced prototypes. (See Aircraft.)

Aerial target technology, advanced 808

Aerospace:

Avionics 794, 798

Biotechnology 788

Defense 342

Facilities technology 909

Flight dynamics 784

Propulsion 792, 796

Structural materials 803

Airborne:

Command post aircraft 43

Early warning capability 263

Warning and control system (AWAOS) 950

Airborne command post aircraft. (See Aircraft.)

Advanced 751,752,933,984,986,1003

Aircraft:

A-l 6

A-7 :22,117, 542

A-37 6

A-X 82, 501, 695, 698, 699, 736, 748, 800, 809, 811

AABNCP 43, 503

A047 6

AC-119 6

B-l 68-75, 86, 96, 686, 697, 702, 740, 800, 823, 825

B-52 15,117,447,540,543,741,743,823,847

B-70 bomber 685

Boeing 707 458

Boeing 737, adaptation of 524

Boeing 747 505, 752, 984, 990

C-5 45, 46. 51, 444

C-5A 41, 443, 450, 510, 545

C-47 6

C-54 450

C-119 6

C-123 6

C-135 545

C-141 450

Cheyenne 22, 695, 698, 736, 748, 800, 809, 811

CL-1200 699

Convair 29 (T-29) 524 Aircraft—Continued

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CX-X 443,528

E-3A 455,467,468

EC-47 6

EC-135 504, 984, 986

EF-111A 1001

F4 545, 546, 817

F-5, modified 472

F-5E (international fighter) 6, 24, 52, 443, 470, 473, 476, 779

F-14 23, 79, 484

F-15 24, 78-82, 479, 558, 707, 736, 747, 800, 818

F-15A 663

F-lll 449, 502, 541, 547, 555, 78T.

F-111F (tactical fighter) 41, 47, 443, 449, 492, 498, 547, 559

F/FB-111 47, 49, 50,102

F/RF-14 541

F/|TF-15A (tactical fighter) 443, 480, 491, 558

FB-111I 69

Foxbat (MIG-23) 69S

GAU-7/A 747, 882

GGAU-8/A . 748

Harrier ^ 22

Kelly Johnson aircraft 491, 704

O-l 6

RC-^7 6

STOL 88, 705, 993

T--41D (pilot trainer) 6, 443, 527

T-43 (navigational trainer) 443,521

U-6 6

U-17 6

UH-1H (helicopter) 443, 451, 537

VC-A7 6

VC-X (special air missions) 443,534

X-27 699

Aircraft capability. (See Aircraft.)

Aircraft capability, effect with missiles. (See Aircraft)

Aircraft development. (See Aircraft)

Aircraft procurement. (See Aircraft)

Aircraft statistics and modifications. (See Aircraft)

Air Force Academy:

Facility 400, 410

Service program 411

Air Force mission activities 375

Stock fund 430

Airlift forces 375, 391,426

Airman program. (See Personnel.)

Gains and losses, table 178

Procurement 175

Recruitment difficulty and standard retention 175,177

Top six structure and promotions 180

Air National Guard, operation and maintenance 301

Air support gun system 748

Air technician program 302

Air-to-air combat simulator 907

Allocation of aircraft, Air Force inventory. (See Aircraft.)

All-volunteer force 151*

Analytic Service Inc. (AXSER) 723.774,977

Attache, aircraft, procurement of 530

Automatic data processing equipment 389,418,419,420

B B-l. (See Aircraft.) B-52. (SeeAircraft.) B-70bomber. (SeeAircraft.) Ballistic missile warning W Ballistic reentry system (ABRES) advanced— ssn i<vv>

Boeing 707. (See Aircraft.) '1WB

Boeing 737. (See Aircraft.)
Boeing 747. (See Aircraft.)

Bomber forces. (See also Aircraft.) 101

BUIO (Backup interceptor control) ~2"~1II1..~~ 341

O

C-5. (See Aircraft.)

C-5A. (SeeAircraft)

C-47. (See Aircraft.)

C-54. (SeeAircraft.)

C-119. (SeeAircraft.)

C-123. (SeeAircraft.)

C-135. (See Aircraft.)

C-141. (See Aircraft)

CENTO support 427

CL-1200. (See Aircraft.)

Capabilities, U.S. and Soviet. (See also Aircraft; Missiles.) 115

Central supply and maintenance 192

Cheyenne. (See Aircraft.)

Combat personnel. (See also Personnel.)

Direct support of 147

Noncombat forces, schedule of 147

Command data buffer program 577

Communications security (COMSEC) 894

Computer technology, advanced 912

Continental Operations Range 730

Contracting, in-house and private 723

Convair29 (T-29). (Sec Aircraft.)

D

DCA programs 659, 661

Defense communication satellites. (See also Satellites.) 612, 661

Defense research sciences 755

I>efensive aircraft and missiles. (Sec Aircraft; Missiles.)

Detection system development, advanced 913

Development prototypes, advanced 683, 694, 695, 697, 703, 728

Drug abuse:

Comparative service addictions 152

Control program 150

Education and training programs 156

Methods of identifying 152

Policy on 153

Rehabilitation program 416

Special treatment center 154

Statistics on 156

Urinalysis program 153

B
E-3A. (See Aircraft)
EC-47. (See Aircraft.)
EC-135. (SeeAircraft.)

BCAO (Electromatic compatibility analysis center) 958

EF-111A. (SeeAircraft.)

Eastern test range 396

Electronics and telecommunications equipment 640

Emergency rocket communications system 669

P
F-4. (See Aircraft.)
F-5. (See Aircraft.)
F-5E. (See Aircraft.)
P-14. (See Aircraft.)
F-15. (See Aircraft.)

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F-15A. (See Aircraft.)

F-lll. (See Aircraft)

F-111F. (See Aircraft.)

F/FB111. (See Aircraft.)

F/RF-14. (See Aircraft.)

F/TF-15A. (See Aircraft.)

FB-111I. (See Aircraft.)

Falcon (See Missiles.) W*

Federal contract research centers 970

Aerospace Corp 970

Applied Physics Laboratory, Johns Hopkins University 978

Lincoln Laboratory 955, 976

MITRE Corp 724, 957, 973, 975

Rand Corp 977

Federal Simulation Center 428

Fighter interceptor squadrons. (See also Aircraft) 338

Firebee II. (See Missiles.)

Foreign civilian employees. (See also Personnel.) 238

Foxbat (MIG-23) (See Aircraft.)

Flyaway costs 465, 491

G
GAU-7/A. (See Aircraft.)
GGAU-8/A. (See Aircraft.)

General purpose forces. (See also Personnel.) 104,187,344

Goldplating 683, 691. 684

Comparison: early and current fighter aircraft 692

Costs and complexity problems 693

Exchange ratio and cost 692

Foreign mystique 693

Requirement for experts to operate systems 694

Critical analysis and cost performance 694

Grade requirements (OGLA) 160

Ground electronics 897

Ground sensors surveillance and reaction technology 913, 937

H

HAST (High altitude supersonic target) 806

Harrier. (See Aircraft.)

Hound Dog II. (See Missiles.)

Human resources 900, 978

I

ICBM technology, advanced. (Sec Missiles.)

Improved tactical bombing. (See Aircraft.)

Industrial facilities 611

Fund 138, 432

Information processing and interpretation 917

Installation and logistics 27.90

Intelligence and communications 188,223,324,361,365,368,418,420

Data handling system 654

K Kelly Johnson Aircraft. (See Aircraft.)

L

LORAN, tactical 935

Laser development 734

Life support systems 920

M

Manpower. (See also Personnel.) 142

Military and civilian strengths, table 143

Savings in ■ -..___ 142 Mapping, charting and geodesy _ __ one

Maverick AGM-65A. (See Missiles.)

Medical programs 316, 319 320 402 4]3

.Military mission personnel (See also Personnel.)__ __ 2<?7

Minuteman I. (See Missiles.)"

Minutemen II/III. (See Missiles.)
Minuteman III. (See Missiles.)
Missiles:

A ?« ^^Shr!k! **> «».580

AIM-9L Sidewinder 53, 599, 003 eo5

Falcon Qq~

Firebee II I--ZZZT—. "._ 569 607

(BQM-34F) (drone program) ~ '607

Hound Dog II _ 743 845

Minuteman I, utilization of \I~576 687 743'8°6

Maverick AGM-65A (tactical forces) 568! 584 743^ 843

A-X (attack aircraft, as carrier) '588

Minuteman II/III 58, 570,~576."607. 687

Minuteman III 53,122 574

Cost data, table _ 572

Phoenix I___I__Z 599

Quail „,!!_..!">_ 735

SCAD l(j£ 685, "735" "778, 805

Skybolt 685

Sparrow AIM-7E 53 598 601

Sparrow AIM-7F g^. 569,"5*5. 60l! 831

SRAM (strategic aircraft) 53,101.568.590,743

Movable ICBM's 613

Munitions and associated equipment "" 618

Bombs ___"__"!__ 622

Cartridges ~1~I~ 621

Flying helmets ~J 673

Fuzes 627

Maintenance and repair shop equipment 674

Miscellaneous 675

Munitions program 619

Other items, table 625

Parachute flares 625

Photographic equipment 674

Rockets and launchers 620

Training ammunition 622

War Reserve materiel 624,629

N

XADGE (NATO air defense ground environment) 962

NCO academy 408

National Guard personnel. (Sec also Personnel.) 275

Combat capability status 298

Creek Party program 276

Current strength 277

Pay cost increases 294

Training with various forces 278

National military command center 660

New Initiatives Office, Air Force 729

Norad Cheyenne mountain complex 339,652

O

O-l. (See Aircraft.)

Officer program. (See also Personnel.) 162

Basic pay 201

Berry medical plan 168

Line officers, procurement of 163

Officer losses and gains 167,201

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