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Damon, A.: Effect of Flying Clothing on Body Measurements of Army Air Force Flyers, Memorandum Report ENG-49-695-32, Engineering Division, Aero Medical Laboratory, ATSC,USAAF (Aug 18) 1943

TA 166 .027- The Human Body in Equipment Design.

King, B.G.: Morrow, O.J., and Vollmer, E.P.: Cockpit Studies- The Boundries of the Maximum Area for te Operation of Manual Controls, Project X-651, Report #3, Naval Medical Research Institute, National Naval Medical Center (July 15) 1947

Patt, D.I: Cockpit Dimensions in Relation to Human Body Size, TSEAL-3-695-32TT, ATSC, US AAF (April 29) 1945

King, B.G. and Swearingen, J.J. : Some Biological Factors in the Design of Civil Aircraft, J. Aviation Med. 19: 414-419, 1948

DeHaven, H: Causes of Injury in Light Plane Accidents, Aero Digest 44: 51-55, 1944

DeHaven, H: Development of Crash-Survival Design in Personal, Executive, and Agricultural Aircraft, Crash Inquiry Research, Cornell University Medical College, NY (May) 1957

Cullumbine, H. et al: Influence of Age, Sex, Physique and Muscular Development on Physical Fitness, J. Applied Physiol. 2:488-511 (March) 1950

Studies Pertaining to the Design of Visual Displays for Aircraft Instruments, Computers, Maps, Charts, Table and Graphs; A Review of the Literature, Technical Report 5765, Air Material Command, US AF (April) 1949
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