Established in 2003, CDIRS is a classified database containing more than 1,500 in-depth investigative reports involving aircraft, rotorcraft, and unmanned systems. CDIRS assists in protecting future aircrews, passengers, and aircraft through the collection and reporting of forensic evidence from battle-damaged aircraft.
- Impact Location
- Engagement Conditions
- Crew Interviews
- Damage Accrued
- High-Resolution Images
- Active DoD Secret Internet Protocol Router Network (SIPRNet) Account
- Demonstrated Need-to-Know
- Approval from CDIRS Civilian Leads
- Annual Account Renewal
CDIRS is sponsored by the Joint Aircraft Survivability Program (JASP) and the Joint Combat Assessment Team (JCAT). CDIRS is maintained by the Defense Systems Information Analysis Center (DSIAC).