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Countering Unmanned Aerial System Attacks a Priority

The Joint Counter-Unmanned Aircraft Systems Office is working on countermeasures, training, and doctrine to establish solutions to address defense against unmanned aerial system attacks. Army Maj. Gen. Sean A. Gainey, director of that office, spoke today at a Center for Strategic and International Studies event titled “Countering Small Uncrewed Aerial Systems.” “Each of the military…


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Space-Related Organizations Map

Defense Systems Information Analysis Center staff created a map to show organizations and locations focused on space-related technologies in the United States. The following organizations are shown on the map: Missile Defense Agency Space Systems Command U.S. Space Command NASA AFRL/Software Factories Space Manufacturing Space Industry in General and Spaceports

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Expanding Release Envelopes Into the Supersonic Regime via CFD-Driven Analysis

The Air Force Seek Eagle Office (AFSEO) is dedicated to store-aircraft compatibility and responsible for recommending release envelope limits that permit safe and acceptable store separation, thus delivering new capabilities to the Warfighter. The term “store” refers to objects that can be carried and potentially released in flight: bombs, missiles, fuel tanks, etc. Release envelope…


2024 Combined Light Armor Survivability Panel (CLASP)

OVERVIEW: CLASP is a working-level meeting for engineers and technical personnel from science and technology development, system integration, and program management to exchange information on topics related to armor, survivability, lethality, ballistics, and much more….

EWA Technical Conference and the Dixie Crow Symposium

The 48th Dixie Crow Technical Symposium will take place at the Century of Flight Hangar Museum of Aviation, located on Robins Air Force Base (AFB), GA. Events include technical short courses, electromagnetic warfare (EW)/intelligence, surveillance,…

AOC 2023 International Symposium and Convention

Superiority in the electromagnetic spectrum (EMS) continues to prove itself as an integral capability that provides an operational advantage in conflicts worldwide. Integrating and synchronizing EMS operations in every warfighting domain across the entire range…

Military Standard 810 (MIL-STD-810) Test Training (Huntsville, AL)

This four-day Military Standard 810 (MIL-STD 810) test training focuses on the purpose of each test, the equipment required to perform each test, and the methodology to correctly apply the specified test environments. This class…

Voice From the Community

Fievisohn, Robert 5x7 220407-F-GW597-1002-1x1
Robert Fievisohn, Ph.D.

Senior Research Engineer, Combustion Branch, U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL)

Robert Fievisohn works in the Turbine Engine Division at AFRL, where he focuses on rotating detonation engines (RDEs). RDEs are a novel concept that use detonations to combust fuel and oxidize rapidly in an annular chamber, enabling ultracompact combustors for aerospace propulsion. Dr. Fievisohn directs an in-house program on applying RDE technology to afterburners and is a member of the RDE ramjet team at AFRL.

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