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   Mon., Tues., Wed., 28, 29 and 30 August 1967, The Waldorf-Astoria
                     New York, N. Y.
Cosponsors: The New York Academy of Sciences/and
            The American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)
Theme: Transportation as a Service to Human Endeavors
            TUESDAY, 29 AUGUST 1967, 2:00 P.M.
Session Chairman: I. B. Laskowitz, Past Chariman, Division of Engineering, NYAS; Laskowitz Helicopter Company, Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Vice-Chairman: Harold G. Wenig, Chairman, Division of Engineering, NYAS; Wright Industries, Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y.
"Helicopter Applications in Hospital Designs"- Jacob Feld, President, NYAS, Consulting Engineer, New York, N. Y.
"Helicopter Operations from the Pan Am Building in the New York Area" -
Robert L. Cummings, President New York Airways, Inc. La Guardia Airport, Flushing, N, Y.
10 Minute Recess
"Helicopter Operations in the Vietnam Missions" - Department of Defense (Air Force, Army, Navy and Marines), Major General John W. Carpenter, III, USAF, Assistant Deputy Chief of Staff, Plans and Operations, (JCS Affairs), The Pentagon, Washington, D. C.
"Large Crane Helicopter Applications" - Ralph B. Lightfoot, Chief Engineer, Sikorsky Aircraft, Division of United Aircraft Corp., Stratford, Conn.
"Multi-Rotor Helicopter Applications" X-W.X. Stepniewski, Director of Advanced Research, The Boeing Company, Vertol Division, Morton, Pa.
1. 25 Minutes allowed for the presentation of each paper with 10 minutes discussion to follow, each paper.
2. Manuscripts may be longer for publication.
3. Please obtain necessary clearance as soon as possible.
            a. March 1, 1967: exact title of paper, author (and all 
               coauthors), affiliation, and abstract.
            b. May 1, 1967: four copies of final paper (manuscript), for 
               publication, and biographical sketches of coauthors.
            The above must be submitted to: John de S. Coutinho, Program 
                                            32 Dartmouth Street
                                            Garden City, N. Y. 11530
                                            Office Phone (516) 575-1651
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