Registration is now open for the classified, in-person 2022 Joint Aircraft Survivability Program (JASP) Model Users Meeting (JMUM). Please use the following link:

JMUM will be held March 21–25, 2002, at the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) Conference Center, 250 14th Street NW, Atlanta, GA. JMUM is sponsored by the JASP and administered by the Defense Systems Information Analysis Center (DSIAC).

Please note, new this year will be a breakout session dedicated to aircraft cyber survivability modeling and simulation (M&S). Thus, the plan is to divide the plenary session into two parts – an afternoon session on Monday, March 21, and a morning session on Tuesday, March 22. The air-to-air, surface-to-air, and vulnerability/lethality breakout sessions will start Tuesday afternoon and all day on Wednesday, March 23. Thursday, March 24, and Friday morning, March 25, will be dedicated to aircraft cyber survivability M&S.

The purpose of JMUM is to provide a means for the intelligence community, model users and developers, program managers, and other stakeholders to hear about and discuss the latest in aircraft survivability M&S developments, lessons learned, and requirements in a classified environment. The primary focus is on JASP-sponsored models, but other relevant survivability M&S is included. Additional briefing submissions are welcome. The detailed agenda and other planning information, including clearances, directions, and lodging information, can be found on the registration site.

To access the JMUM registration site, you must first log into your DSIAC user account with your e-mail as your username. If you do not know your password, click the “Forgot Password?” link and follow the instructions to obtain a new password and continue with your logon. Check your spam or junk email folders if you do not immediately receive a password reset confirmation.


Direct all questions to Alfred Yee, DSIAC (937-255-4608, Alternative contact is Darnell Marbury (703-604-0387,