While not a review, per se, perhaps the most appreciated feedback we have received regarding GPS Declassified was being selected by the Air Force’s National Security Space Institute for its 2016 Space Professionals Reading List.
Each year, NSSI surveys faculty members and other space experts for nominees and selects half a dozen titles to recommend to its students and alumni. Other Air Force trainers sometimes share the lists, and they have some longevity, as we were recently reminded by a friend, who sent us the photo below.
“GPS Declassified is a carefully researched, well written, fast-paced, and thoroughly enjoyable book. It offers an excellent mix of science, technology, history and culture. Kudos to co-authors Richard Easton and Eric Frazier for their outstanding contribution to space history. This book is highly recommended.” Read the complete review.
“Written in a clear and lively style GPS Declassified provides readers with GPS development history including personal recollections from leading developers…. As an introduction to GPS, its history, uses, issues and concerns GPS Declassified can’t be beat.” Read the full review…