Contents: (1) Intro.: The Sources of Weapon Systems Innovation; (2) RaD in the Army: Changing Institutional Patterns of Army Ra D after World War II; The Content of RaD in the Arsenal System; The Decline of the Arsenal System; (3) RaD in the Navy: Bureau of Ordnance; Bureau of Aeronautics; Bureau of Ships; From Bureaus and Laboratories to System Commands and Research Centers; (4) RaD in the Air Force: From Army Air Corps to U.S. Air Force, 1907-1950; Growth and Diversification: The Air Research and Development Command, 1950-1961; Reintegration: RaD in the Air Force Systems Command, 1961-1991; Coming Full Circle: Patterns of Organizational Change in Air Force RaD Since 1945; (5) Review and Retrospect. Biblio.Predictably, the Ordnance Department endorsed the committeea#39;s recommendations.17 The growth and diversification of the postwar ... 19 Back in the spring of 1946, General Eisenhower, who then served as Army chief of staff, announced theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Sources of Weapon Systems Innovation in the Department of Defense|
|Author||:||Thomas C. Lassman|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 2009-09|