For more than 50 years, the Joint Aircraft Survivability Program (JASP) and its predecessors have worked to enhance combat effectiveness, improve coordination of R&D endeavors, and facilitate technology development and fielding for U.S. air systems. An important part of these efforts is the Aircraft Survivability journal (ASJ), published three times a year and distributed at no charge to practitioners across the industry. JASP invites you to be a part of the ASJ community and stay connected with your colleagues and the latest happenings in the field. It’s free and easy to keep in touch. To read or download the current or a previous ASJ issue, see below. You can also join the ASJ mailing list; request back issues; and/or submit article ideas, abstracts, or News Notes at the links provided.

Fall 2002

  • Manned and Unmanned Experimentation Enabling Effective Objective Force Operations
  • Tactical UAVs—The Value of Survivability Engineering
  • Aircraft Fire Protection Techniques—Application to UAVs
  • Joint Live Fire/Air Program (JLF)
  • Young Engineers in Survivability—Mr. Dennis S. Lindell
  • Commercial Aircraft Vulnerability Assessment and Threat Mitigation Techniques
  • The Use of Manned Flight Simulators to SUpport Aircraft Vulnerability Studies and Analyses
  • Former Survivability Test Assets Used to Sharpen the SKills of the Warfighter
  • FY03 JTCG/AS Program: An Overview
  • Network Centric Electronic Attack Evaluation—A Methodology

Summer 2002

  • The M&S Credibility Workshop II: Planning for the Credible Employment of M&S in Acquisition
  • Modeling and Simulation Credibility
  • A Warfighter’s Perspective on Aircraft Survivability
  • The PUSH for an Advanced Joint Effectiveness Model (AJEM)
  • Successful Correlation of M&S to Live Fire Test Results for the U.S. Army’s SI*IRCM Program
  • Credibility Assessment of MAPADS Hit-Point Predictions
  • 2002 Threat Warheads and Effects Seminar
  • Dry Bay Fire Model Enhancements: Meeting the Difficulty
  • The JSF LFT&E Program
  • Educating Warfighters and Acquisition Professionals on the Fundamentals of Aircraft Survivability Combat through VTC
  • Young Engineers in Survivability—Mr. Jeffery Wuich

Spring 2002

  • Network Centric Warfare as a Survivability Enhancer
  • UAVs and Combat Survivability
  • Combat Data Collection
  • In Sha-E-Kot, Apaches Save the Day—And Their Reputation
  • Modeling the Anti-Helicopter Mine Threat
  • Army Aviation Battlespace—Working the Survivability Challenge
  • Exploring Better Ways To Determine In-Flight Wing Damage
  • Vulnerability Design Discipline
  • Young Engineers in Survivability—Joseph A. Manchor

Winter 2002

  • Protecting Space Services
  • New Concepts in Passive Fire Protection
  • An Insight Into Aerogels—Past, Present, and Future
  • Space Survivability Information Support
  • Commercial Space System Survivability
  • Pioneers of Survivability—Dr. Robert E. Ball
  • Rethinking Safety and Survivability
  • The Joint Live Fire Program
  • Mr. Live Fire Retires
  • MANPADS—Ballistic Test of a Helicopter Composite Generic Tailboom
  • Combat Survivability Division Presents Annual Survivability