Objectives, Measures of Effectiveness, and Criteria for Apollo Prelaunch Operations as They Affect Checkout Activities.

by J. R. Brom, J. J. Ferrante, Sidney I. Firstman, L. T. Mast, David S. Stoller

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A description of objectives, and measures for attaining those objectives, for NASA's Apollo prelaunch operations. The objective-measures problem was considered early in 1963 at a meeting of members of a working panel consisting of representatives from Bellcom, Inc., The General Electric Company, and RAND. The report documents the preparatory work and results of that meeting. 44 pp.

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