Michael Fisher

Michael Fisher is a senior staff engineer for DSIAC, specializing in propulsion, energetic materials and weapons systems. During his 30-year career, he has provided propulsion system design and program management support to a variety of Navy weapons programs, and managed propulsion and advanced materials research and development projects for a small business. Prior to joining the DSIAC team, Mike supported both the NATO Munitions Safety Information Analysis Center (MSIAC) in Brussels, and the Chemical Propulsion Information Analysis Center (CPIAC) as a technical specialist. He has presented numerous papers on propulsion design, insensitive munitions and energetics at conferences and workshops in the US and abroad.


DSIAC JOURNAL
NOVEMBER 02, 2019

Insensitive Munitions: Where Are We Now?

Anyone involved in weapons systems development during the past 30 years should be familiar with the seemingly contradictory term “Insensitive Munitions” (IMs).  According...


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