Capabilities of ground observers to locate, recognize, and estimate distance of low-flying aircraft
Robert D. Baldwin, Human Resources Research Organization, United States. Dept. of the Army. Office, Chief of Research and Development
Human Resources Research Orgaization, 1973 - Technology & Engineering - 50 pages
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