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

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

Published 1963

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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