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 2014

  • Crew and Pasenger Survivability
  • Transport Rotorcraft Airframe Crash Testbed (TRACT) Two
  • Survivable. Safe. Low Risk.
  • 2014 Threat Weapons & Effects Training
  • Evaluating Long-Term Impact of Nonfatal Injuries
  • Computer Simulation of a Running Aircraft Engine Impacted by a Missile with Warhead
  • Expanding Aircraft Combat Survivability to Include Force Protection

Summer 2014

  • Fighter Aircraft Survivability – A Perspective
  • Integrated Aircraft and Crew Protection
  • Excellence in Survivability—Donna Egner
  • Excellence in Survivability—Dave Legg
  • NDIA Live Fire Test and Evaluation (LFT&E) Workshop
  • Computer Simulation of a Running Aircraft Engine Impacted by a Missile with Warhead
  • If It Ain’t Broke… Try to Make It Better?
  • The Survivability Technical Committee

Spring 2014

  • Large Engine Vulnerability To Manpads
  • F135 Propulsion System Live Fire Test (LFT)
  • Excellence In Survivability—Dr. Mark Robeson
  • Lessons Learned From Live Fire Test And Evaluation (LFT&E)
  • Pt6a Engine Vulnerability
  • Lightweight Integrally Armored Helicopter Floor
  • An Optimal Conceptual Design Of A Missile Warning System (MWS)
  • Rase Experiments Improve Aircraft Survivability