Focus here is on the air forces role in the evolution of outer space law primarily from the mid 1950s to the early 1960s the author then examines air force efforts to preclude an international. Colonel terrill provides an in depth examination of the historical evolution of air force thinking and action on the development of international law as it applies to outer space he traces the air forces continual resistance to treaties and other conventions that would have defined the demarcation of the boundary between airspace and outer space. The impact of the us defense and space initiatives on bilateral and multilateral treaties and on international outer space law in general a topic of much current discussion is better understood by an analysis of the development of that body of law col delbert chip terrill jr discusses its early evolution and the air force contribution to it he describes the air forces ad hoc approach to international outer space law and its efforts to have this approach adopted by the united states . The air force role in developing international outer space law 1999 by delbert r terrill jr sister projects commons category opinions conclusions and recommendations expressed or implied within are solely those of the author and do not necessary represent the views of air university the united states air force the department of . Air force opposition to international conventions on space 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
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