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Publisher: DIANE Publishing Company
Holley, Irving Brinton, Jr.
Examines in depth: procurement of aircraft; budgeting and budgetary changes; contracting; design changes; the nature and development of the aircraft industry; mfg. techniques, esp. in the intro. of mass production into the aircraft industry, and problems in the use of auto assembly plants for making aircraft; and the War Dept.¹s relations with Congress and the Comptroller. Prof. Holley recognizes the broad sweep and interrelationship of political, economic, legal, and military problems and stresses the importance of organization within both government and industry. Focuses upon problems inherent in procurement, offering concrete examples of problems involved in the design and purchase of complicated and expensive items of mil. equip. over a period of years. Illustrated.Holley, Irving Brinton, Jr. is the author of 'Buying Aircraft Materiel Procurement for the Army Air Forces (World War II' with ISBN 9780756733414 and ISBN 0756733413.
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