Collins Signal Fall 1965


Front Cover: A.W. (Tony) LeVier, director of flying operations for the Lockheed-California Co., has been flying experimental aircraft for 33 years.  One of America’s finest pilots, he first achieved fame in racing and acrobatics, thrilled veteran flyers during WWII with demonstrations in a P-38, went on to log the first flights of the P-80, U-2 and F-104.  His story begins on page 16.

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Collins Signal was founded in 1933, is published by the Public Relations Department of Collins Radio Company. Issues released in the 1960s and 70s were edited by Ben Stearns, the author of Arthur Collins Radio Wizard. These copies of the Signal came from the Rockwell Collins Technical Library when the library was eliminated. This issue contains the following articles:

  • Down The Path To Zero-Zero
  • Canadian Operation Expanded
  • Reliable Communication . . . Anywhere!
  • A Talk With Roger Chaffee
  • Manned Spacecraft Center
  • Microwave On The Plains
  • Electrically Small Antennas
  • Desert Shooting Gallery
  • Stereo Via Satellite

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Weight .5 lbs
Dimensions 12 × 9 in


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