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Reference numberMS/525/6/10/8
LevelItem
Title'Anti-aircraft range-finders': report by Arnulph Mallock
Date31 March 1915
DescriptionOutlining four methods by which the distance between two objects can be ascertained and the difficulties of range-finding fast-moving aircraft. Mallock notes the potential of the subtense method and reports that the design of a range-finder along these lines should be possible.
Extent3p
FormatTypescript
Access statusOpen
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CodeNameDates
NA1356Mallock; Henry Reginald Arnulph (1851 - 1933)1851 - 1933
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