R. Cargill Hall
R. Cargill Hall, Historian Emeritus, National Reconnaissance Office, has held a variety of posts in the U.S. Air Force History Program. He served as a historian at Headquarters Strategic Air Command and as NASA historian at Caltech's Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Hall is the author of Lunar Impact: A History of Project Ranger and is the editor of Case Studies in Strategic Bombardment; The U.S. Air Force in Space; and Early Cold War Overflights, 1950-1956. His most recent work in the open literature, "Clandestine Victory: Eisenhower and Overhead Reconnaissance in the Cold War," appears in Dennis E. Showalter, ed., Forging the Shield: Eisenhower and National Security for the 21st Century (Chicago: Imprint Publications, 2005).
- "National Space Policy: Does it Matter?," Richard Buenneke, Richard DalBello, R. Cargill Hall and Roger D. Launius, May 12, 2006
- "Military Space and National Policy: Record and Interpretation," R. Cargill Hall and Dr. Robert Butterworth, May 1, 2006
- "Presidential Decisions: NSC Documents - Supplement: Newly Declassified Excerpts," R. Cargill Hall, March 1, 2006