APPENDIX A

BIBLIOGRAPHY

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Aerospace Industries Association of America. 1988. The U.S. Aerospace Industry and the Trend Toward Internationalization. Washington, D.C.: Aerospace Research Center.

Aerospace Industries Association of America. 1989. Maintaining a Strong Federal Aviation Administration. The FAA's Important Role in Aircraft Safety and the Development of U.S. Civil Aeronautics. Washington, D.C.: Aerospace Research Center.

Aerospace Industries Association of America. 1989. National Air Transport Congestion and Capacity Problems, Their Impact on the Aviation Industry. Washington, D.C.: Aerospace Research Center.

Aerospace Industries Association of America. 1989. Technology Readiness, Key to Long-Term Market Strength of U.S. Civil Aircraft Manufacturers. Washington, D.C.: Aerospace Research Center.

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Aeronautical Technologies for the Twenty-First Century APPENDIX A BIBLIOGRAPHY Aerospace Industries Association of America. 1987. Key Technologies for the 1990s—An Overview. Washington, D.C. Aerospace Industries Association of America. 1988. The U.S. Aerospace Industry and the Trend Toward Internationalization. Washington, D.C.: Aerospace Research Center. Aerospace Industries Association of America. 1989. Maintaining a Strong Federal Aviation Administration. The FAA's Important Role in Aircraft Safety and the Development of U.S. Civil Aeronautics. Washington, D.C.: Aerospace Research Center. Aerospace Industries Association of America. 1989. National Air Transport Congestion and Capacity Problems, Their Impact on the Aviation Industry. Washington, D.C.: Aerospace Research Center. Aerospace Industries Association of America. 1989. Technology Readiness, Key to Long-Term Market Strength of U.S. Civil Aircraft Manufacturers. Washington, D.C.: Aerospace Research Center. Aerospace Industries Association of America. 1990. 1990 Annual Report. Washington, D.C. Aerospace Industries Association of America. 1991. Aerospace Facts and Figures 91–92. Washington, D.C. Aerospace Industries Association of America. 1991. Aerospace Industries Association 1991 Year-End Review and Forecast. Washington, D.C. Aerospace Industries Association of America. 1991. The U.S. Aerospace Industry in the 1990's—A Global Perspective. Washington, D.C.: Aerospace Research Center. Allen, R. W., A. C. Stein, and J. C. Miller. 1990. Performance Testing as a Determinant of Fitness-for-Duty (SAE Paper 901870). Society of Automotive Engineers Aerotech. American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics. The Role of Technology in Revitalizing U.S. General Aviation: Report of a Workshop, December 12–13, 1989. Washington, D.C.

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