Summer 1998

  • An Open Letter on Live Fire Testing
  • Aircraft Vulnerability to Man Portable Air Defense Weapons
  • Joint Live Fire Pays Something Back
  • The Case for Full-up Vulnerability Testing of Combat Aircraft
  • Crew Casualties Minimized Through LFT&E Modeling Effort
  • Radio Frequency Weapons—21st Century Threat
  • Better Insensitive Munitions for Aircraft
  • FAA Uncontained Engine Debris Mitigation Program
  • F/A-18E F414 Engine Specification Qualification and Live Fire Test
  • F/A-18E Arrives at NAWCWPNS China Lake to Support Live Fire Testing
  • Army Research Lab’s Airbase Range Facility Update
  • Pioneers of Survivability—Gerald “Jerry” Bennett
  • F-22 RAPTOR Live Fire Test and Evaluation
  • Aircraft Survivability Research Facility: A Vital Asset for JLF and LFT&E
  • Army Helicopter Ballistic Vulnerability Testing—Past, Present, and Future

Spring 1998

  • NDIA Holds Annual Aircraft Survivability Symposium
  • Vulnerability Reduction Deserves Some Respect
  • 1998 NDIA Combat Survivability Division Awards
  • 1997 NDIA Combat Survivability Division Awards
  • Reducing Chemical, Biological and Radiological Vulnerability Through Design
  • Aircraft Vulnerability: A Survey of Combat and Peacetime Experience
  • V-22 Success Story: Gas Generator Fire Extinguishing System Technology
  • Integrated Survivability Assessment: Measuring the Balance
  • Flight System Integration Effects On Aircraft Vulnerability
  • Boeing 747 Explosive Test
  • Designing Digital Avionics Systems for Reduced Vulnerability
  • Assessing the Disk Burst Threat
  • Treating Aircraft Vulnerability in Campaign—Level Assessments
  • New Threat/New Challenges
  • JTCG/AS Goes “On the Record” At TWA 800 Crash Hearing
  • Alternatives to Halon: A Status Report