The air force role in developing international outer space law delbert r terrill jr colonel usafr air force history and museums program air university press maxwell air force base alabama may 1999. The air force had a major impact on the evolution of outer space law during the 1950s through its close relationship to the air coordinating committee acc before sputnik i the united states had resisted the efforts of professor cooper and others to establish an international convention for outer space. Chip terrill describes the air forces continued efforts to resist the passage of most international outer space law conventions the restiveness of the air force judge advocate general jag corps with a backseat role and how the jag generally failed in its early attempt to have the air force become proactive in the development of the law. Delbert r terrill jr is the author of the air force role in developing international outer space law 00 avg rating 0 ratings 0 reviews published 1
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