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 2011

  • JCAT Corner
  • MANPADS Threat Model Development
  • Large Engine Vulnerability to MANPADS
  • Combining Safety and Survivability for Future Spacefaring
  • Excellence in Survivability — William Keithley
  • V50 versus V0 Armor Measurements and Modeling
  • Aircraft Survivability for Counter-insurgencies
  • Aircraft Combat Reporting — Forward Deployed Success
  • Dale Atkinson Receives Arthur Stein Award
  • Survivability Short Course
  • USAF Combat Damage Incident Reporting: Improving the Process

Summer 2011

  • News Notes
  • JCAT Corner
  • Full Spectrum Crashworthiness for Rotorcraft
  • Deployable Energy Absorber for Improved Rotorcraft Crashworthiness
  • Excellence in Survivability—Kevin Crosthwaite
  • Lightweight, High Performance Aircraft Fuel Bladders
  • Investigating Crew Compartment Fire Survivability
  • Evolving Complexity in Rotorcraft Survivability Analyses
  • Flight Simulation of Damaged Transport Aircraft

Spring 2011

  • JCAT Corner
  • Survivability Assessments—The Fire Prediction Mode
  • Integrally Armored Helicopter Floor
  • Helicopter Hostile Fire Indicator Test Facility
  • Excellence in Survivability—John J. Murphy, Jr.
  • 2010 NDIA CSD Aircraft Survivability Awards and Presentations
  • Aircrew and Aircraft Occupant Vulnerability DemonstrationToday’s IRCM Systems: Smarter Than Us?
  • AH-64D Apache Longbow Helicopter Live Fire Ballistic Vulnerability Testing