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Product Description: What aeronautics research should be supported by the U.S. government? What compelling and desirable benefits drive that research? How should the government make these decisions? The authors develop a unified decisionmaking approach for addressing these questions...read more

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9780833050199 | Rand Corp, March 16, 2011, cover price $37.00 | About this edition: What aeronautics research should be supported by the U.

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Product Description: In this book, RAND provides an evaluation of the Navy's ongoing and proposed unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) programs and describes the most promising applications of those UASs to the Navy1s operational tasks. The book identifies robust communications as a key enabler for UASs in many operational tasks and recommends steps the Navy can take to ensure these communications are available...read more

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9780833049650 | Rand Corp, August 16, 2010, cover price $26.00 | About this edition: In this book, RAND provides an evaluation of the Navy's ongoing and proposed unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) programs and describes the most promising applications of those UASs to the Navy1s operational tasks.

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Product Description: Much of the training for the engineering watchstanders of Arleigh Burke-class destroyers that is currently done underway could be done in port. Training could also be done on simulators at considerable savings in time, money, fuel, and ship wear and tear...read more

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9780833047298 | Rand Corp, May 30, 2009, cover price $33.50 | also contains Ddg-51 Engineering Training: How Simulators Can Help | About this edition: Much of the training for the engineering watchstanders of Arleigh Burke-class destroyers that is currently done underway could be done in port.

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