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Comparison of Light Attack Aircrafts

DSIAC was asked to compare the specifications of a variety of light attack aircraft, including the A-29 Super Tucano, AT-6 Wolverine, Textron AirLand Scorpion, AHRLAC Holdings Advanced High Performance Reconnaissance Light Aircraft (AHRLAC), Bronco Combat…

Joint Strike Fighter Ballistics and Accuracy Data

DSIAC was asked to assist in locating information or points of contact for discussion on circular error of probability (CEP) data for the 25-mm gun on the JSF.  DSIAC contacted the JSF Gun Integrated Product Team (IPT) lead…

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Old Airplanes Find New Life in Tucson”s Famed Boneyard

As boneyards go, this place is pretty lively. Before many Tucsonans have even started their morning commute, a pair of aircraft mechanics are already crouched over the open cockpit of an F/A-18 Hornet fighter jet, disarming the ejector seat and removing the explosives. Nearby, a towing crew pulls a Navy P-3 Orion anti-submarine aircraft over

DARPA Solicitation: CRANE – Control of Revolutionary Aircraft With Novel Effectors

Military Researchers Consider New Active Flow Control to Eliminate Control Surfaces on Military Aircraft Active flow control has no moving parts, adds energy or momentum to air flow in a regulated manner, and can be turned on or off as necessary. Arlington, VA – U.S. military researchers are trying to push the bounds of future

Boeing Opens V-22 Osprey Tiltrotor Aircraft Factory

Boeing has opened a new facility outside Philadelphia to build fuselages for the V-22 Osprey tiltrotor aircraft and modernize the MV-22 fleet for the U.S. Marines (USMC). The company has invested $115M in the new 350,000 ft² facility to improve safety and productivity as well as reduce operating costs. Boeing Vertical Lift Vice President and