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  • physicist; Director of the National Physical Laboratory; Zarahoff Professor of Aviation at Imperial College This author wrote articles for the Dictionary of National
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  • Kirby18521920Professor of Metallurgy at King’s College, University of London. Early aviation enthusiast. Metals: Their Properties and Treatment (1894 revision, by
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  • With Disabilities  • Executive Order 12686 − President's Commission on Aviation Security and Terrorism  • Executive Order 12687 − President's Education
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  • Fletcher SmythBaden-PowellBaden-Powell,_Baden Fletcher Smyth18601937Military aviation pioneer This author wrote articles for the 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica
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  • ChanuteOctaveChanuteChanute,_OctaveOctave A. Chanute.jpg18321910Engineer and aviation pioneer "Aerial Navigation," in Popular Science Monthly Volume 64, March
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  • Establishing procedures for facilitating Presidential review of international aviation decisions submitted by the Department of Transportation  • Executive Order 12548
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  • _Donald Edward18971988American Marine Corps naval aviator, writer of many aviation articles and stories in a variety of leading publications The Flying Saucers
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  • Proclamation 4583 − White Cane Safety Day, 1978 Proclamation 4584 − National Aviation Year and Wright Brothers Day, 1978 Proclamation 4585 − National Hispanic
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  • RollsCharles StewartRollsRolls,_Charles Stewart18771910Automobile and aviation pioneer This author wrote articles for the 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica
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  • Incredible New York (1951) Curtain Time (1953) Ceiling Unlimited: The Story of Aviation from Kitty Hawk to Supersonics (1953) The New Carthage by Georges Eekhoud
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  • Scholars are the Prophet's Successors, May 6, 1995 Prince Sultan and the Air Aviation Commissions, July 11, 1995 The Bosnia Tragedy, August 11, 1995 The Saudi
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  • Title Dictionary of Aviation Editor Robert Morris Pierce Year 1911 Publisher The Baker & Taylor company Location New York Source djvu Progress To be proofread
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  • Assigning emergency preparedness functions to the Administrator of the Federal Aviation Agency  • Executive Order 11004 − Assigning certain emergency preparedness
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  • Cop: Chief of Police Dogs (1927) Guard, Son of Cop (1931) Young America's Aviation Annual (1940) with Frederick P. Graham The Model Plane Annual (1941/42)
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  • Setting Apart Certain Lands for the Use of the Alaska Road Commission for Aviation Field Purposes, Alaska 13   7784 Dec 31 Establishing the Aransas Migratory
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  • of the Airways Modernization Board to the Administrator of the Federal Aviation Agency  • Executive Order 10787 − Transferring Jurisdiction Over Certain
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  • 5472 − National Barrier Awareness Day, 1986 Proclamation 5473 − Naval Aviation Day, 1986 Proclamation 5474 − National Fishing Week, 1986 Proclamation
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  • 13294 Mar. 28, 2003 Regulations Relating to Hazardous Duty Incentive Pay, Aviation Career Incentive Pay, and Submarine Duty Incentive Pay 15919, 68, 04 1
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  • General of the Army and later General of the Air Force. Arnold was an aviation pioneer, Chief of the Air Corps (1938–1941), Commanding General of the
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  • author are designated in EB1911 by the initials "G. H. Br." Stability in Aviation (1911) “Diffusion,” in Encyclopædia Britannica, (11th ed.), 1911
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