1962 NASA Authorization: Hearings Before the Committee on Science and Astronautics, and Subcommittees Nos. 1, 3, and 4, U. S. House of Representatives, Eighty-seventh Congress, First Session, on H. R. 3238 and H. R. 6029 (superseded by H. R. 6874) ...

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Page 1037 - Now it is time to take longer strides, time for a great new American enterprise, time for this nation to take a clearly leading role in space achievement, which in many ways may hold the key to our future on earth.
Page 1119 - Administration; (6) to use, with their consent, the services, equipment, personnel, and facilities of Federal and other agencies with or without reimbursement, and on a similar basis to cooperate with other public and private agencies and instrumentalities in the use of services, equipment, and facilities.
Page 1144 - The Foundation shall continue to make comprehensive studies and recommendations regarding the Nation's scientific research effort and its resources for scientific activities, including facilities and scientific personnel, and its foreseeable scientific needs, with particular attention to the extent of the Federal Government's activities and the resulting effects upon trained scientific personnel.
Page 1144 - Federal scientific and technological programs, (2) to identify research needs including areas of research requiring additional emphasis, (3) to achieve more effective utilization of the scientific and technological resources and facilities of Federal agencies, including the elimination of unnecessary duplication, and (4) to further international cooperation in science and technology.
Page 1060 - I wish included in the record ? The CHAIRMAN. If there is no objection, it is so ordered. (The chart and other material referred to follows:) CHAPTER VII.
Page 1114 - Hon. JAMES H. WAKELIN, Jr., Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Research and Development), Department of the Navy, Washington, DC DEAR MB.
Page 1143 - President to — (1) survey all significant aeronautical and space activities, including the policies, plans, programs, and accomplishments of all agencies of the United States engaged in such activities ; (2) develop a comprehensive program of aeronautical and space activities to be conducted by agencies of the United States ; (3) designate and fix responsibility for the direction of major...
Page 1115 - ... Project Mercury (Operations), Walter C. Williams, who had been designated the single point of NASA-DOD operation contact, requested that General Yates assist in making the necessary arrangements for obtaining medical support for Project Mercury.9 Recognizing that it would not be feasible to detach medical personnel from their present duty station and assign them full time to Project Mercury, the Associate Director of Project Mercury suggested that they be assigned on temporary duty for training...
Page 1144 - Nation's science and technology, and shall recommend policies and other measures (1) to provide more effective planning and administration of Federal scientific and technological programs, (2) to identify research needs including areas of research requiring additional emphasis, (3) to achieve more effective utilization of the scientific and technological resources and...
Page 1119 - Government shall cooperate fully with the Administration in making its services, equipment, personnel, and facilities available to the Administration, and any such department or agency is authorized, notwithstanding any other provision of law, to transfer to or to receive from the Administration, without reimbursement, aeronautical and space vehicles, and supplies and equipment other than administrative supplies or equipment...