GPS DECLASSIFIED RICHARD D EASTON
Richard D. Easton has published articles about the origin of GPS in various space-related publications. He holds an MLA from the University of Chicago. His father, Roger L. Easton, led the Space Applications Branch of the Naval Research Laboratory from the Vanguard satellite era to the early days of GPS development.
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GPS Declassified: From Smart Bombs to Smartphones
GPS Declassified: From Smart Bombs to Smartphones [Richard D. Easton, Eric F. Frazier, Rick W. Sturdevant] on Amazon. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. GPS Declassified examines the development of GPS from its secret, cold war military roots to its emergence as a worldwide consumer industry. Drawing on previously unexplored documents4.5/5(15)Format: HardcoverAuthor: Richard D. Easton, Eric F. Frazier
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Praise for GPS Declassified “Here, at last, Richard Easton and Eric Frazier present in plain, simple language how a positioning, navigation and timing system originally developed for military purposes―one that Air Force Space Command continues to operate and maintain―became essential for countless civil and commercial activities around
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Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Easton, Richard D. gps declassified: from smart bombs to smartphones / Richard D. Easton and Eric F. Frazier; foreword by Rick W. Sturdevant. pages cm Includes bibliographical references and index. isbn 978-1-61234-408-9 (cloth: alk. paper) 1. Global Positioning System—History. I.