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National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics
Headquarters, 1724 F Street NW, Washington 25, D. C.
Created by act of Congress approved March 3, 1915, for the supervision and direction of the scientific study
of the problems of flight (U. S. Code, title 50, sec. 151). Its membership was increased to 17 by act approved
May 25, 1948. (Public Law 549, 80th Congress). The members are appointed by the President, and serve as
such without compensation.
JEROME C. HUNSAKER, Sc. D., Cambridge, Mass., Chairman.
ALEXANDER WETMORE, Sc. D., Secretary, Smithsonian Institution, Vice Chairman
HON. JOHN R. ALISON, Assistant Secretary of Commerce.
DETLEV W. BRONK, PH. D., President, Johns Hopkins University.
KARL T. COMPTON, PH. D. Chairman, Research and Development
Board, National Military Establishment.
EDWARD U. CONDON, PH. D., Director, National Bureau of
JAMES H. DOOLITTLE, Sc. D., Vice President, Shell Union Oil
R. M. HAZEN, B. S., Director of Engineering, Allison Division,
General Motors Corp.
WILLIAM LITTLEWOOD, M. E., Vice President, Engineering,
American Airlines, Inc.
THEODORE C. LONNQUEST, Rear Admiral, United States Navy,
Assistant Chief for Research and Development, Bureau of
HUGH L. DRYDEN, PH. D., Director of Aeronautical Research
JOHN W. CROWLEY, JR., B. S., Associate Director of Aeronautical Research
EDWARD M. POWERS, Major General, United States Air Force,
Assistant Chief of Air Staff-4.
JOHN D. PRICE, Vice Admiral, United States Navy, Deputy
Chief of Naval Operations (Air).
ARTHUR E. RAYMOND, M. S., Vice President, Engineering,
Douglas Aircraft Co., Inc.
FRANCIS W. REICHELDERFER, SC. D., Chief, United States
HON. DELOS W. RENTZEL, Administrator of Civil Aeronautics,
Department of Commerce.
HOYT S. VANDENBERG, General, Chief of Staff, United States Air
THEODORE P. WRIGHT, SC. D., Vice President for Research,
JOHN F. VICTORY, LL.M., Executive Secretary
E. H. CHAMBERLIN, Executive Oficer
HENRY J. E. REID, Eng. D., Director, Langley Aeronautical Laboratory, Langley Field, Va.
SMITH J. DEFRANCE, B. S., Director, Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, Moffett Field, Calif.
EDWARD R. SHARP, Sc. D., Director, Lewis Flight Propulsion Laboratory, Cleveland Airport, Cleveland, Ohio
POWER PLANTS FOR AIRCRAFT
Coordination of Research Needs of Military and Civil Aviation
Preparation of Research Programs
Allocation of Problems
Prevention of Duplication
Consideration of Inventions
LANGLEY AERONAUTICAL LABORATORY,
Langley Field, Va.
LEWIS FLIGHT PROPULSION LABORATORY,
Cleveland Airport, Cleveland, Ohio
AMES AERONAUTICAL LABORATORY,
Moffett Field, Calif.
Conduct, under unified control, for all agencies, of scientific research on the fundamental problems of flight
OFFICE OF AERONAUTICAL INTELLIGENCE,
Washington, D. C.
Collection, classification, compilation, and dissemination of scientific and technical information on aeronautics
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Imlay, Frederick H. Theoretical motions of hydrofoil systems, report, May 9, 1947; (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc60228/m1/4/: accessed December 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.