Airframe Technologies for a Capable and Efficient USAF Mobility Fleet [video]
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The Aerodynamic Technology Branch of the US Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) conducts and sponsors programs in basic and applied research as well as advanced technology development focused on S&T for both legacy and future USAF systems. Much of the branch’s technology development is centered on the USAF’s rapid global mobility (RGM) mission, tactical and strategic airlift, and aerial refueling. Since 2009 the branch has concentrated on energy efficiency technologies for the RGM fleet. The status of these technology maturation programs for the legacy and future fleets will be presented.
NPS Defense Energy Seminar
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