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(For 1 through 5) If propagation or other conditions make the circuit temporarily inoperative, NASA will either wait until the circuit is made operational or relay the information through command and control circuits. The circuit termination reguirements on the PES are shown in Table 4-1. An extension of the NASA Eecovery Common circuit is required at the mobile laboratory's Operational Medicine Lab (see Subsection 4.7.2.1) for special MEDATA transmissions. These transmissions will be conducted...

Preface

This document was prepared by the Flight Control Division, Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center, Houston, Texas, with technical support by LTV Kentron Hawaii, Ltd. The document contains recovery requirements (and information necessary to fulfill the requirements) levied on the Department of Defense for the Apollo-Soyuz Test Project. Any questions or comments concerning the document should be addressed to CF2 Mr. Melvin L. Richmond, Mission Support Branch, 713-483-2588. This document is not to be...

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General crew-compartment heat shield 4.6.5.2 Miscellaneous.- Detailed space, equipment, etc., requirements for PRS photoqraphic operations are contained in Subsection 4.7.14. 4.7 HOBILE LABORATORY, COMMAND MODOLE, EXPERIMENT CONEX BOXES, EECOVEEY ACTIVITIES, AND ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT Major units of NASA-provided equipment, used to support fliqht crew and CM retrieval and associated postflight activities, are described in the followinq subsections. The equipment, facilities, and personnel...

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Sufficient flatbed trucks and personnel should be available to effect the transportation between the c-5 and the pier as expeditiously as possible. D. Ground transportation between the C-5 and PES for approximately 50 people plus baggage. 4.7.7 Transportation Between NAS North Island Pier and PRS The following support is required to transport the equipment offloaded from the C-5 from the NAS North Island pier to the PRS at the San Dieqo Naval Base. The equipment will be offloaded from the...

Section References

Ship and Aircraft Requirements in Support of Future NASA Banned Space Flight Recovery Operations, Mission Support Branch, February 1, 1974. 2. Apollo Recovery Operational Procedures Manual, DOD Manned Spacecraft Recovery Forces and Mission Support Branch, October 10, 1973 chanqe 1, April 10, 1973, change 2, October 24, 1973, and change 3, (to be published). 3. DOD Overall Medical Plan - ASTP Manned Space Flight Support Operations, Assistant for Bioastronautics, (to be published). 4. Public...

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Tactical Air Command Langley AFB, VA 23365 Military Airlift Command (DAAC) Scott AFB, IL 62225 6th Weather Wing Detachment 11 (6WWD11) Patrick AFB, FL 32925 Aerospace Rescue & Recovery Service (DO) Scott AFB, IL 62225 Detachment 1, HQ ARRS APO New York 09012 Headguarters 39th ARRWG (DO) Eglin AFB, FL 32542 41st Aerospace Rescue 8 Recovery Squadron McClellan AFB, CA 95652 55th Aerospace Rescue 6 Recovery Squadron Eqlin AFB, FL 32542 67th Aerospace Rescue & Recovery Squadron APO New York...

Table Iv Aibcbaft Staging Bases And Beaction Times

Planned launch time to orbital insertion Two heavy-lift helicopters airborne in the launch site area Aircraft released when no longer required (normally 5-6 minutes after launch) Two HC-130 airborne in launch abort area, Stations A and B Aircraft released after orbital insertion One refuelable helicopter on cockpit alert at each base. One refuelable helicopter on 30-minute reaction time until 2-2 deorbit time. Aircraft released after 2-2 deorbit time One HC-130 airborne in launch abort area,...

Contents

1.2 SCOPE AND CONTENTS 1-1 2 GENERAL FLIGHT PLAN 2-1 2. 1 OVERVIEW 2-1 2.2 MISSION DESCRIPTION 2-1 2.3 LAUNCH TO EARTH ORBIT 2-2 2.3. 1 Launch Azimuth 2-2 2.3.3 Launch Abort Landing Data 2-3 2.4.2 Abort from Orbit 2-3 2.4.3 Abort from Orbit Landing Data 2-3 2.5 EARTH ENTRY AND LANDING 2-4 2.5.2 End-of-Mission Landing Data 2-4 2.6 BACKUP SOYUZ AND APOLLO LAUNCH OPPORTUNITIES 2-4 3 RECOVERY FORCE REQUIREMENTS 3-1 3.1 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS 3-1 3.2.1 Mission Termination Lead Time 3-1 3.3 RECOVERY...