Aircraft Combat Survivability 2012 Short Course Announcement [video]
Naval Postgraduate School (U.S.)
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Aircraft Combat Survivability 2012 Short Course Announcement Christopher Adams and the Center for Survivability and Lethality (CSL) Christopher Adams, CDR, USN (ret.), Director and Co-Founder of the U.S. Navy’s Center for Survivability and Lethality (CSL), will present the 2012 Short Course on Aircraft Combat Survivability (ACS) 15-18 May 2012 at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California. Sponsored by the Joint Aircraft Survivability Program Office (JASP), it is built on the pioneering work of Distinguished Professor Emeritus Robert E. Ball and is designed for military, DoD and industry personnel as an introduction to the ACS discipline (one of the four program pillars of the F-35). Prof. Adams and Mark Couch, PhD. of the Institute for Defense Analyses will be the lead instructors.
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