FTC-TIH-68-1002, Stability and Control, USAF Aerospace Research Pilot School, Edwards Air Force Base, California, September 1968
Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSA 5, Series 1, Sub-Series 6, File 3, Item 1
Scope and Contents
From the Sub-Series: The Deputy Administrator of Aeronautics subseries contains material from the period immediately after Armstrong’s completion of spaceflight missions for NASA. Following the success of Apollo 11, Armstrong was assigned an administrative position in Washington, D.C., as the Deputy Administrator of Aeronautics, Armstrong was responsible for overseeing all NASA research involving the development of aeronautics and related technologies. Several publications concerning aeronautics can be found here, as well as a series of “programmed texts” on aeronautics that were used for training United States Air Force pilots who would be working with high speed aircraft. Of particular interest are a series of handwritten notes taken by Armstrong during his tenure as Deputy Administrator of Aeronautics. These notes cover a variety of topics, from U.S.-Soviet relations, to the development of aeronautical technologies at U.S. universities.
- September 1968
Language of Materials
From the Collection: Collection material is primarily in English. Russian is also present.
Collection is open for scholarly research. A 48 hours notice and consultation with the Flight Archivist is required to access the collection. Portions of the collection are restricted per donor restrictions and third party privacy.
From the Sub-Series: 1.453 Cubic Feet (Four letter-size full-width manuscript boxes)