THIS SUB-COURSE PERTAINS TO THE NIKE HERCULES LAUNCHING AREA AND IS DATED FEBRUARY 1972. THE CREDIT FOR THE COURSE IS 14 HOURS. THERE ARE FIVE CHAPTERS TO THIS COURSE, WHICH ARE LISTED INDIVIDUALLY. THERE'S A TEST AT THE END OF EACH CHAPTER BUT WE DID NOT INCLUDE THEM SINCE THE ORIGINAL OWNER OF THIS DOCUMENT ACTUALLY TOOK THE TESTS. UNFORTUNATELY, NOT ALL THE CIRCLED ANSWERS WERE CORRECT.
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