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Magnetic Anomaly Navigation

An emerging navigation technique known as “Magnetic Anomaly Navigation” will be presented. The benefits of this system as a GPS-alternative navigation system will be discussed as well as the current state of the art results…

Compact Laser Designators for Mini-UAVs and Handheld Targeting Systems

Laser designators served as a fundamental means of targeting for multiple generations of combat aircraft. With advancements in high-efficiency, diode-pumped laser technology, pulse length control, efficient thermal design, and unique beam stability techniques, laser designators…


2022 MSS Tri-Service Radar Symposium (TSRS)

Celebrating its 68th anniversary in 2022, the Tri-Service Radar Symposium (TSRS) is the oldest continuous meeting of defense radar engineers, scientists, and technologists. This event provides a Tri-Service forum for presenting a wide range of…

Eglin AFB Tech Expo

The Eglin AFB Tech Expo connects government and industry to collaborate on mission requirements and innovative solutions. This event, which is open and free to all Eglin AFB personnel, provides an opportunity to see the…

30th ASNT Research Symposium

The 3oth edition of the American Society for Nondestructive Testing’s annual Research Symposium will take place in St. Louis, MO June 20-23.¬†Some key speakers for this event will include: Dr. Cara Campbell-Leckey of NASA Langley…