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Target Geometry Models for Survivability Analysis

DSIAC was asked to locate a specific small twin-turboprop aircraft target geometric model (TGM) to support a survivability analysis, specifically on aircraft combat incident forensics. DSIAC serves as the host for a variety of DoD-related…

Defeating Passive Infrared Motion Sensors

DSIAC was tasked with researching solutions to detect, counter/spoof, and neutralize commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) passive infrared motion sensors. With the assistance of subject matter experts (SMEs) at the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI), a list of possible active and…

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A Polar-Bear-Inspired Material for Heat Insulation

For polar bears, the insulation provided by their fat, skin, and fur is a matter of survival in the frigid Arctic. For engineers, polar bear hair is a dream template for synthetic materials that might lock in heat just as well as the natural version. Now, materials scientists in China have developed such an insulator,

Towed Dual-Band Decoy for Aircraft Protection from Radar-Guided Missiles

Navy asks BAE Systems to demonstrate electronic warfare (EW) dual-band towed decoy capability to protect combat aircraft from new radar-guided missiles. PATUXENT RIVER NAS, Md. – Electronic warfare (EW) experts at BAE Systems will demonstrate a new dual-band towed decoy to help U.S. Navy F/A-18E/F jet fighter-bomber pilots avoid modern sophisticated enemy radar-guided anti-aircraft missiles.

Army Snipers Played Hide-and-Seek to Test New Camouflaged Ghillie Suits for Next-Level Combat

US Army snipers recently conducted visual testing for new camouflaged ghillie suits, which are expected to enhance soldier lethality. The camouflaged ghillie suits worn by US snipers are vital tools that enhance concealment, offering greater survivability and lethality, but these suits are in desperate need of an upgrade. The US Army is currently testing new