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USAF TPS team proves how ‘a dummy’ can save money

Posted April 4, 2014 by Jet Fabara

In an Air Force setting that is locked on being financially-conscious and proactive under the current financial challenges, the U.S. Air Force Test Pilot School, at the request of the 418th Flight Test Squadron, is working with the squadron through the implementation of the school's Test Management Project to come up with a more cost-effective way of conducting dummy drop parachute testing for the Air Force.

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Danish airmen participate in Green Flag training

Posted April 4, 2014 by Airman 1st Class Jake Carter

The Royal Danish air force participated in Green Flag-West 14-5 recently at Nellis AFB, Nevada.

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SecAF addresses women in national security

Posted April 2, 2014 by Staff Sgt. Torri Ingalsbe

U.S. Air Force photo by Scott M. Ash Secretary of the Air Force Deborah Lee James speaks at the Stimson Center in commemoration of Women’s History Month March 28 in Washington, D.C. James spoke on the current status of women in the Air Force, the importance of women in national security and her personal experience….

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Recalling a record: X-43A Scramjet set new hypersonic record a decade ago

Posted April 2, 2014 by Peter Merlin

On March 27, 2004, NASA’s X-43A shattered existing speed records for aircraft with air-breathing engines when the scramjet-powered vehicle reached a speed of Mach 6.83 (4,900 mph) during a brief flight over the Pacific Ocean.

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LVAC: Advancing technology readiness of SLS adaptive controls

Posted April 2, 2014 by

NASA photograph by Carla Thomas NASA Armstrong’s highly modified F/A-18A Full Scale Advanced Systems Testbed aircraft No. 853 validated the effectiveness of the Adaptive Augmenting Controller developed by NASA Marshall engineers for the Space Launch System. Can a rocket maneuver like an airplane? And can an airplane act as a surrogate for a maneuvering rocket?…

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NASA centers represented at California Aerospace Day

Posted April 2, 2014 by

NASA photoraphs by Dominic Hart Andres Martinez of the Mission Design Division at NASA’s Ames Research Center discusses the design of a small satellite developed at NASA Ames with NASA Armstrong director David McBride and NASA Ames director Pete Worden at a California Aerospace Day exhibit at the state capitol in Sacramento. David McBride, director…

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Marand delivers first Australian-made vertical tails For F-35 Lightning II

Posted April 2, 2014 by

Lockheed Martin photograph The Honorable Dr. Denis Napthine, premier of Victoria, sitting in the F-35 full-scale mock, was among the 250 distinguished guests and employees attending a ceremony in Melbourne, Australia, commemorating the delivery of the first ship of Australian-made F-35 Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter vertical tails.í A ceremony was held March 31 at…

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Navy weapons program delivers new capability for H-60 helicopters

Posted March 31, 2014 by

A modernized rocket launcher will soon enable MH-60 Seahawk helicopters to carry and deploy a variety of weapons for the first time.

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Pilot mentoring program propels the future of hypersonics, young engineers

Posted March 31, 2014 by Raquel March

Hypersonic research and several young engineers are reaping the benefits of a pilot mentoring program at Arnold Engineering Development Complex's Hypervelocity Wind Tunnel 9, White Oak, Md.

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R/V Neil Armstrong: One small step will mean giant leap for Navy’s research fleet

Posted March 31, 2014 by Eric Beidel,

Chief of Naval Research Rear Adm. Matthew Klunder joined family members of the late Neil Armstrong March 29 to christen the Navy's newest research ship, named for the legendary astronaut and first man to walk on the moon.

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