AMed. Aerospace Medicine and Human Factors Engineering
Found in 20 Collections and/or Records:
This small collection contains pamphlets, press releases, and photographs celebrating the Brooks Air Force Base Golden Anniversary. The photographs depict various testing devices for pilots.
The collection consists of Dorothy Brower’s sketches and finished artwork as well as medical and non-medical photography, correspondence, non-medical artwork, publications by and about Ms. Brower, reference materials, and medical sculptures.
This small collection contains two items. The first is a letter from Charles Lindbergh to Charles I. Barron, M.D., expressing his appreciation to Dr. Barron for permitting him to undergo decompression tests in Lockheed Aircraft Company's high-altitude chamber. The second item is Lindbergh's electrocardiogram from a Flight Personnel Examination.
The Civil Aviation Medical Association is a non-profit international medical association concerned with the safety of civil aviators. It is affiliated with the Aerospace Medical Association. The records generally consist of correspondence, meeting minutes, brochures, and the association’s newsletter.
Dr. Harry Dyme was the chief of nutrition section of the Aero-Medical Laboratory on Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio. He worked on the Air Force Base from the 1950s through the 1970s. The collection consists of research materials and photographs concerning cold weather survival and other aerospace medical studies he conducted in the 1950s.
The H.T.E. Hertzberg Anthropometry Papers document the career of anthropologist Hans Theodore Edward Hertzberg, who specialized in the study of human body measurements (anthropometry). The collection includes books, journals, articles, technical report, personal correspondence, and minutes for various meetings covering the period 1930-1976.