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Boston, MA: Harvard Business School, c1988. 25 cm, 348, illus., black mark on front endpaper, red underlining to text, DJ worn and soiled The authors show what can go wrong if the weapons acquisition process is not managed well--improper charges, inadequately trained program managers, and nonproductive cost incentives--and detail how the system can be improved.
Washington, DC: GAO, 2002. quarto, 69, wraps, tables, figure, footnotes, appendices How FAA and DOD adddressed common aviation safety problems with aircraft wiring insulation and cockpit equipment. The report also assesses the exchange of aviation safety information between FAA and the military services on wire rope used in the construction of aircraft control cables and on problems of fuel pump performance and overheating in fuel tanks.