Papers of J.P.T. Pearman (1918-2003)
DePoy, Phil E.
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This inventory was created by Philip E. DePoy from a collection of the papers of J.P.T. Pearman, one of the first scientists to join the British Operational Research Section of the R.A.F. Coastal Command when it was formed under the leadership of Sir P.M.S. Blackett in 1941. This group is considered to be the first military operations research organization and was the model for the operations research groups that were established in the U.S. military during World War II..
The Papers of J.P.T. Pearman is a collection of six folders containing articles, working papers, reports, correspondence and handwritten notes, held by the Naval Postgraduate School's Dudley Knox Library, Special Collections & Archives collection HMC-004.
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