2 edition of Weapon System Effectiveness Industry Advisory Committee (WSEIAC) final report of task group I found in the catalog.
Weapon System Effectiveness Industry Advisory Committee (WSEIAC) final report of task group I
United States. Air Force. Systems Command. Weapon System Effectiveness Industry Advisory Committee.
1965 by U.S. Air Force Systems Command, System Policy Directorate, System Effectiveness Division in Maryland .
Written in English
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