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 2009

  • News Notes
  • JCAT Corner
  • Management of Modeling & Simulation
  • Survivability Models and Simulations: Past, Present, and Future
  • Next Generation Air Defense Artillery Modeling and Simulation
  • Aircraft Combat Occupant Casualty Workshop
  • SURVIAC—The Leader in the Survivability/Vulnerability Modeling Community
  • A SECAD Update
  • Excellence in Survivability—Patrick J. O’Connell
  • COVART 6: Modularization of Vulnerability Models

Summer 2009

  • News Notes
  • JCAT Corner
  • Survivability in the Low Altitude Regime—MANPADS Miss
    Distance Assessment
  • PRISM/MSD Design, Complete Custom Test
  • A Strategy for Assessing Airborne Electronic Attack
    Platform Survivability
  • LS-DYNA Models of Selected Guided and Unguided Threats
  • Relationship between Lower Explosive Limit and Ullage
    Combustion Reactions
  • Excellence in Survivability—Dr. T.N. Mikel
  • Annual NDIA Survivability Awards Presented at Aircraft
    Survivability 2008
  • The Educator’s Corner—Single Hit Vulnerable Area

Spring 2009

  • News Notes
  • JCAT Corner
  • Reducing Aircraft Combat Casualties
  • The JASPO Casualty Assessment Initiative
  • Full Spectrum Crashworthiness Criteria
  • Crashworthiness—An Army Science and Technology Perspective
  • DESCENT’s Contribution to Rotocraft Vulnerability Analysis
  • Excellence in Survivability—Charles E. Frankenberger III
  • Methodology for Assessing Tri-Service Personnel Casualties
  • Surviving an Aircraft Crash with Airbag Restraints
  • Pioneer in Survivability—Walter S. Thompson III