The 2018 Joint Aircraft Survivability Program (JASP) Model Users Meeting (JMUM) will be held 12-14 June 2018 at the Air Force Institute of Technology (AFIT), 2950 Hobson Way, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. The purpose of this recurring meeting is to provide model users, managers, stakeholders, and other interested individuals with information about the latest developments and updates associated with JASP-sponsored models and other models in use throughout the aircraft survivability and vulnerability technical community.
Attendees will be briefed on the latest software developments, upgrades, and threat model updates in a DoD classified environment. The meeting will consist of a plenary session of general interest topics on Day 1; followed by concurrent group breakouts for the Air-to-Air, Surface-to-Air, and Survivability/Lethality model groups on Day 2 and if necessary, Day 3; and Configuration Control Board (CCB) meetings for ESAMS, COVART, and FPM on Day 3.
JMUM attendees are encouraged to share insights and lessons-learned from the practical use of these models in their respective user group breakouts. Refer to the agenda tab for the daily schedule. If you are a presenter, please send your unclassified briefing to: Alfred Yee at Alfred.Yee@dsiac.org. If you have a classified briefing, please SIPR it to: Alfred.Q.Yee.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Air-to-Air Engagement Group
- BRAWLER* – Air-to-Air Combat Model
- J-ACE – Joint Anti-Air Combat Effectiveness
- JAAM – Joint Anti-Air Model
- ALARM* – Advanced Low Altitude Radar Model
- BLUEMAX* – Flight Path Generator
- DREAM* – Directed RF Energy Assessment Model
- ESAMS* – Enhanced Surface-to-Air Missile Simulation
- RADGUNS* – Radar-Directed Gun System Simulation
- ADAM – Air Defense Artillery Model
- Amber – Ground based radar model implemented in Matlab/Simulink
- MOSAIC – Modeling System for Advanced Investigation of Countermeasures
- COVART* – Computation of Vulnerable Area Tool
- FASTGEN* – Fast Shotline Generator
- FATEPEN* – Fast Air-Target Encounter Penetration Endgame Framework
- FPM* – Fire Prediction Model
- MUVES/AJEM – Modular UNIX-based Vulnerability Estimation Suite/Advanced Joint Effectiveness Model
- ProjPen – Projectile Penetration Model
*Part of the JASP Model Suite
Questions should be directed to Alfred Yee, DSIAC, at 937-255-4608 or email@example.com