Newsletter, with a pink front cover. Stapled at the upper left corner. 22 pp. A somewhat technical publication issued to supplement a slide show put on by NARMIC, titled 'The Automated Air War.' This consists primarily of a breakdown of the various components used by the US Air Force in their military plans, especially in regard to the Vietnam War. With a short piece on the end of the 'Igloo White' campaign, followed by descriptive lists of pieces and manufacturers of weaponry and aircraft, including aircraft, avionics, sensors and munitions, as well as a list of contractors. According to the American Friends Service Committee website, NARMIC was launched in 1969 to 'expose the impact of the military-industrial complex on the U.S. and the world, publicizing connections between contractors and the military. GOOD condition. Heavy crease at the upper left corner, with minor tearing and chipping in this locale. Minor fading. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: Components and Contractors of the Automated ...
Publisher: Narmic (National Action/Research on the Military Industrial Complex), Publisher
Publication Date: 1972
Book Condition: Good
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