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Speech.

SESQUICENTENNIAL FORUM ON TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING

28-30 August 1967, Waldorf Astoria Hotel, New York, N.Y. 

Tentative 
Session No. IV-D   Date: Aug. 29, 1967     Time: 2 pm    Room:

Session Theme:     HELICOPTER APPLICATIONS

Session Organizers:   I.B. Laskowitz, Recording Secretary, Scientific Council of the N.Y.A.Sc.; Laskowitz Helicopter Co., Inc., Brooklyn, N.Y.
Harold G. Wenig, Chairman, Division of Engineering of the N.Y.A.Sc.; President, Wright Industries, Inc. Brooklyn, N.Y.

Chairman:    I.B. Laskowitz

Vice Chairman:    Harold G. Wenig

Paper 1: HELICOPTER APPLICATIONS IN HOSPITAL DESIGNS
Jacob, Past President of the New York Academy of Sciences, and Consulting Engineer, New York, N.Y.

Paper 2: HELICOPTER OPERATIONS FROM THE PAN AM BUILDING IN THE NEW YORK AREA
Robert L. Cummings, President, New York Airways Inc., Flushing, New York

Paper 3: MILITARY ASPECTS OF HELICOPTER OPERATIONS IN VIETNAM
Lt. Gen. John W Carpenter III USAF, Commander, Air University, Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama

Paper 4: MULTI-ROTOR HELICOPTER APPLICATIONS
Mark Kirchner, Director of Technology, Vertol Division of Boeing, Morton, Pa.

Paper 5: THE LARGE CRANE HELICOPTER
Ralph B. Lightfoot, Engineering Manager, Sikorsky Aircraft Division of United Aircraft, Stratford, Conn. 
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