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  1. Organization and Roles of Army Aviation (Advanced) (IPD) by Army Institute of Professional Development, 1980
  2. Emergency Preparedness for Nuclear Powered Satellites. Report of Ad Hoc Meeting of Oecd Nuclear Energy Agency and Swedish National Institute of Radia
  3. Technology and adaptive hierarchy: Formal and informal organization for flight operations in the U.S. Navy (Working paper / University of California, Berkeley, Institute of Governmental Studies) by Gene I Rochlin, 1988
  4. U.S.-Japan civil aviation (Working papers on Asia Pacific economic cooperation) by Jacqueline McFadyen, 1997
  5. The $5 Billion Misunderstanding: The Collapse of the Navy's A-12 Stealth Bomber Program by James P. Stevenson, 2001-09
  6. The multilateral agency : the approach, the perspective and the means (FTL report) by Assad Kotaite, 1981

61. Army Aviation Corridor Of Excellence
Government organizations. The US Air Force Arnold Engineering and Development Center(AEDC), Tullahoma, Tennessee; The US Army aviation and Missile Command (AMCOM
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Government Organizations
  • The U.S. Air Force Arnold Engineering and Development Center ( AEDC ), Tullahoma, Tennessee
  • The U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command (AMCOM), Redstone Arsenal , Alabama
  • Program Executive Office, Aviation ( PEO AVN ) Redstone Arsenal, Alabama
  • The U.S. Army Aviation Center and School, Fort Rucker
  • U.S. Army Test and Evaluation Command (ATEC) Test Centers at Redstone Arsenal ( RTTC ) and Fort Rucker ( ATTC
  • The U.S. Air Force Air Armaments Center (AAC), Eglin Air Force Base , Florida
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62. Army Aviation Corridor Of Excellence
Educational institutes. There are numerous colleges and universitieslocated within the boundries of the corridor. Some of those
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Educational Institutes
There are numerous colleges and universities located within the boundries of the corridor. Some of those having an aerospace engineering curriculum important to developing and maintaining the skills needed to support the professional demands of employers are listed below. To recommend a school for inclusion on this page please provide a web site and point of contact Web site hosting provided by TBE in support of the Corridor of Excellence

63. Organizations
of Chiefs of Police; ICAO International Civil aviation Organization; ACPO - AntiChildPornOrg; Idealist Nonprofit organizations; International Government
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64. Safety Resources & Tools
Department of Transportation (DOT); Federal aviation Administration Office NationalInstitutes of Health (NIH); National Institute of NonProfit organizations
Links to Safety and Health
Related Web Sites
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Non-Profit Organizations Other Safety Links
  • GSFC Office of Flight Assurance - Code 300
  • Governmental Agencies and Institutes:
  • Center for Disease Control (CDC)
  • Department of Energy - Environmental Safety and Health
  • Department of Transportation (DOT)
  • Federal Aviation Administration Office of System Safety ...
  • Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
    Non-Profit Organizations:
  • American Council on Science and Health (ACSH)
  • American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE)
  • American National Standards Institute (ANSI)
  • American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) ...
  • Southern Building Code Congress International (SBCCI)
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  • 65. Welcome To Hankuk Aviation University
    HAU ? Organization Adjunct Adjacent organizations ? Research - Researchinstitutes of HAU, Graduate School ? aviation Industry ? Business

    66. FAA Medical Virtual Flight Surgeons Aviation Medicine Resource Links
    Federal aviation Regulations in a searchable file of 1,000 links for medical organizationsand specialty medical journals online, National institutes of Health

    VFS Info
    Links FAA Policy Info Home ... Bookstore VFS RESOURCE LINKS: Updated March 30, 2003 Find a wealth of information on the web regarding aviation, medicine, and aerospace medicine. VFS has sorted hundreds of sites by subject area. New sites added weekly. Let us know if you have a favorite site to add to our growing list! Over 10,000 total links on the Virtual Flight Surgeons site and growing.
    • Aeromedical Links Over 450 links to military, civilian and foreign aviation medicine sites with organizations, regulations, waiver guides, flight surgeon handbooks, human factors research, residency programs, research labs, libraries, deployment medicine, weapons of mass destruction, aviation safety, books, magazines and private aeromedical sites Aviation, Airline and Pilot Training Links

    67. EU - European Commission Fights To Improve Passenger Protection On Ships (05/04/
    List revised on January 4, 2002 last addition January 7, 2002. Official sites(Governments, United Nations and related institutes or organizations)
    EU - European Commission fights to improve passenger protection on ships (05/04/2002) In French and in German (without the WHI links) European Commission fights to improve passenger protection on ships IP/02/502 Brussels, 4 April 2002 The Commission has proposed a new package of measures to reinforce passenger safety on ships. Two proposals aim at preventing horrific accidents such as the Express Samina's in 2000 by increasing stability requirements for vessels and by reinforcing safety rules to cater for passengers with reduced mobility in general, and high speed ships in particular. The Commission also presents its view on how passenger protection should be strengthened through stricter liability rules when accidents do occur. These new proposals, already announced in the Commission's new White Paper on Transport , complement a series of rules adopted in the late 1990's following the Estonia accident . "There are still significant gaps between Member States in passenger ship safety rules. Repeated occurrence of ferry accidents like the Express Samina, demonstrate that we need to urgently fill these gaps and ensure consistency between the rules that apply in the European Union, irrespective of the flag of the ship" said Loyola de Palacio , Vice-President in charge of transport and energy.

    68. UN-Habitat And The World Bank - Urbanicity, A Website About Sustainable Urban Ma
    List revised on January 17, 2003 last addition Official sites (Governments,United Nations and related institutes or organizations)
    UN-Habitat and the World Bank - Urbanicity, a website about sustainable urban management and development issues, as well as the latest planning tools (19/03/2003) Urbanicity, a UN-backed website, provides city officials with a range of resources aimed at helping them gain a better understanding of sustainable urban management and development issues, as well as the latest planning tools
    WEBSITE, REVIEW: Urban planners get wired
    Launched in 2001, Urbanicity is a well-structured portal targeting urban planners, city managers and policy makers. Backed by the United Nations' habitat programme and the World Bank’s development gateway, it provides, among other services, an online news magazine, links to the official websites of cities around the world, libraries of useful resources, and databases of educational institutes providing courses in related fields. “Urbanicity exists to develop and operate electronic communications allowing the flow of information, expertise and experience to those responsible for developing and managing urban areas,” said Jeremy Flay, chairman of Urbanicity. “We currently have around 60 000 subscribers representing 25 000 towns and cities in over 100 countries.” ‘City Matters’ is the website’s online magazine. It contains over a hundred features, case studies and technology papers on many subjects compatible with the

    69. Logosnet Technologies
    ABELAIR aviation LTD, Industrial. AMERICANOS COLLEGE, EducationalInstitutes. AMNESTY INTERNATIONALCYPRUS, Non-Profit organizations.

    70. MARAD Administrator Designates Two Schools National Maritime Enhancement Institu
    has designated two educational organizations as National Maritime Enhancement institutes(NMEI
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    Tel.: (202) 366-1707 Monday, August 19, 2002 MARAD Administrator Designates Two Schools National Maritime Enhancement Institutes Designations Recognize Expertise Focus On Addressing Maritime Research And Education Maritime Administrator Capt. William G. Schubert has designated two educational organizations as National Maritime Enhancement Institutes (NMEI). They are the Consortium for Navigation Support and Analysis (CNSA) at Marshall University in Huntington, WV, and the Global Maritime and Transportation School (GMATS) at the United States Merchant Marine Academy in Kings Point, NY.

    71. "The Birnberg & Associates Home Page" [Maritime Organizations]
    ADMIS Links Maritime organizations compilation. European Group of institutes ofNavigation (EUGIN) - An international association Consultancy and advice to
    ADMIS Links - Maritime organizations compilation.
    American Association of Port Authorities (AAPA)
    - Represents more than 150 public port authorities in the United States, Canada, Latin America and the Caribbean. Promotes the interests of the port community. Provides leadership on trade, transportation, environmental and other issues related to port development and operations.
    American Institute of Marine Underwriters (AIMU)
    - Trade association representing ocean marine insurers in the United States.
    American Maritime Safety, Inc. (AMS)
    - Established to facilitate the maritime industry's compliance with U.S. Coast Guard regulations and international protocols.
    American Shipbuilding Association
    - National trade association that represents America's premier shipbuilders - the designers and producers of the most technologically advanced ships in the world.
    American Society of Naval Engineers (ASNE)
    - Advances the knowledge and practice of naval engineering in public and private applications and operations.
    American Waterways Operators
    - Association of the inland and coastal tugboat, towboat and barge industry. Spokesman for the industry in Washington and around the country.

    72. China Council For The Promotion Of International Trade
    countries, as well as various international organizations. the companies, researchinstitutes and institutions previously affiliated to aviation Industries of CEO's of Largest Company.htm

    73. Topica Email List Directory
    resources and policy issues among individuals and organizations that provide AMSANZmembers' forum Members' discussion list for aviation Medical Society of

    74. Emergency Response Resource Directory
    Categories, Associations institutes. key current issues impacting Naval Aviationthrough published Database on terrorist organizations, attacks, articles, news

    Federal aviation Administration; Federal Highway Administration; Federal NationalInstitutes of Health. and Support General and Special Interest organizations.
    Welcome Welcome to, the electronic storefront for Federal grants. E-Grants Initiative Program Management Office
    Pilot of Find Grant Opportunities

    Grant Topics Agriculture

    Business and Commerce

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    Other Grant Services Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance
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    Automated Standard Application for Payment

    Federal Assistance Award Data System
    ... Federal Audit Clearinghouse Related Links OMB Grants Management Interagency Electronic Grants Committee Federal Business Opps Federal Asset Sales Site Information Contact Education This page presents grant information related to education. Note that many federal agencies are listed under multiple grant topics. Dental Education and Training Agencies in the Department of Health and Human Services Educational Equipment and Resources Agencies in the Department of Agriculture

    76. The Leon Recanati Graduate School Of Business Administration
    Research institutes. makers in the public sector and among healthcare managementorganizations. Areas of research examined include aviation, investment in the
    Research Institutes The Israel Institute of Business Research (IIBR) (estab. 1969) is a non-profit organization under the academic auspices of Tel Aviv University's Faculty of Management. Supported by direct research sponsorship and contributions, the Institute conducts and promotes research in business administration and management. It also publishes an annual catalog of the Faculty's research. The Marcel and Annie Adams Institute for Business Management Information Systems (estab. 1986 ) provides support for research activities, teaching, and dissemination of information on the development and application of computerized information systems. The Max Perlman Center for Global Business (estab. 1997) is devoted to advancing teaching and research on multinational and international business. The Center supports research on global management issues; organizes conferences, publishes research reports, and hosts leading executives with experience in global management as visiting scholars and teachers at the Faculty, while also developing and promoting relevant curricula for the Faculty's various programs. The Joseph Kasierer Institute for Research in Accounting (estab. 1989), seeks to further develop the science of accounting by encouraging and conducting advanced studies and research in this field. Given the nature and complexity of current accounting issues, projects are interdisciplinary, and participants come from a wide variety of fields such as economics, finance, and law.

    77. Directory Of Chinese Chemicals - Asian-Pacific Newsletter On Occupational Health
    Directory of Chinese organizations' Chemical Safety Capacities. List of institutesfor occupational disease of Communications; List of aviation safety offices
    Asian-Pacific Regional Network on Occupational Safety and Health Information (ASIA-OSH)
    Directory of Chinese Organizations' Chemical Safety Capacities
    The State Economic and Trade Commission
    CONTENT Preface The State Economic and Trade Commission The International Labour Organization is a United Nations specialized agency.
    Updated by PAP/SUT/TRS. Approved by BKL. Last update: 17 January 2001. For further information, please contact the Asian-Pacific Regional Network on Occupational Safety and Health Information (ASIA-OSH)
    at Tel: +662.288.2485, Fax: +662.288.3064 or E-mail: ASIA-OSH: [ Top BANGKOK/RO Home ASIA-OSH Home CIS Home ... Contact 1996-2003 International Labour Organization (ILO) -

    78. Russian Aerospace Guide - Space Centers
    list excludes most academic research institutes and users becomes out of date, organizationsclose, merge TsAGI) Agat Enterprise Moscow aviation Institute (MAI
    The offices of the Russian Space Agnecy in Moscow. The RSA manages a number of defense programs as well as civilian space programs. Visitors are greeted by a guard in fatigues holding a machine gun.
    Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Center at Zvezdnyy Gorodok (Star City)
    Korolev Mission Control Center at Podlipk (TsUP)
    Military Space Forces - Outer Space Monitoring System (SKKP)
    NKIK - Ground Command and Measurment Complex (Tracking Facilities for Military Space Forces)
    Computing and Coordinating Center (CCC) (Tracking Facilities for TsUP)
    Kazakstan Search and Rescue Complex, in Tselinograd and Dzhezkazgan
    Baykonur Cosmodrome and Test Range
    Baykonur Radio Frequencies
    Plesetsk Cosmodrome and Test Range
    Kasputin Yar Cosmodrome and Test Range
    See also:
    Federation of American Scientists
    Russian Space Industry
    by Maxim Tarasenko
    VSA067 - Russian Space Agency Enterprises
    and Organizations (Jan. 1997) by Sergey Voevodin
    These entities are main contractors, sub-contractors, major component suppliers, design institutes and production plants. This list excludes most academic research institutes and users of space data. Only Russian or Russian owned

    79. CCPE Nebraska
    http//`unoai/aviation.html. academic and public conferences andinstitutes on a other UNO colleges, professional organizations, and community
    CCPE Home Student and Consumer Information Comprehensive Plan CCPE Publications ... Nebraska Institutions CCPE Meetings Schedule Meeting Agenda Minutes Meeting Summary About CCPE History Purpose Responsiblity Commissioners ... State of Nebraska Web Site
    Personal Development Activities
    This category includes non-credit courses offered either on or off campus designed for personal development or a vocational interest. It may include English as a Second Language, computer skills, adult basic education, personal finance topics, etc. Back to Public Service Inventory Name of Program: ABC Breakfast Series Classification: Target Audience: Business, educational professionals and general public Services Offered: UNO's College of Continuing Studies (CCS) presents distinguished speakers to the Omaha community. The Academy, Business, and Community (ABC) Breakfast Series has been enriching the community since 1974. An average of 1,000 persons per breakfast attend the five lectures presented each year. Delivery Method: The series is available as a public presentation and is typically a lecture with occasional group participation, film, and video.

    80. EPC-Inc. Fuel Cell Technology
    The following businesses, institutes and organizations are involved in developmentof fuel cell stacks with links to web sites and note of technology type.
    State Energy Plans City Energy Plans State Energy Offices Generators Energy Information Electricity Coal Natural Gas Propane Gas ... Fuel Conservation
    What Is A Fuel Cell?
    I n principle, a fuel cell operates like a battery. Unlike a battery, a fuel cell does not run down or require recharging. It will produce energy in the form of electricity and heat as long as fuel is supplied. A fuel cell consists of two electrodes sandwiched around an electrolyte. Oxygen passes over one electrode and hydrogen over the other, generating electricity, water and heat. Hydrogen fuel is fed into the "anode" of the fuel cell. Oxygen (or air) enters the fuel cell through the cathode. Encouraged by a catalyst, the hydrogen atom splits into a proton and an electron, which take different paths to the cathode. The proton passes through the electrolyte. The electrons create a separate current that can be utilized before they return to the cathode, to be reunited with the hydrogen and oxygen in a molecule of water. A fuel cell system which includes a "fuel reformer" can utilize the hydrogen from any hydrocarbon fuel - from natural gas to methanol, and even gasoline. Since the fuel cell relies on chemistry and not combustion, emissions from this type of a system would still be much smaller than emissions from the cleanest fuel combustion processes.

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