Defense Systems Digest
30 June 2020


Notable Technical Inquiry

What information is available on metal stitching as a repair process?

DSIAC was asked to find academic and peer-reviewed publications to assist in determining if cold metal stitching is a viable repair process for a cracked cast, steel pedestal.  DSIAC enlisted the assistance of a subject matter expert to discuss the problem and perform literature searches in the DTIC Research and Engineering (R&E) Gateway and open sources for relevant publications. Academic and industrial case studies found in open sources were summarized and analyzed for relevance to the inquiry in a report…

Voice From The Community

Corey Bergsrud, Ph.D.

Ph.D., Project Lead and Engineer, Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC) Crane Division

I work at the NSWC Crane Division, where I research tactics, strategies, and capabilities, generate and propose concepts/ideas, build collaborations, develop workforce, mentor, lead projects, and invent. My current research efforts focus on maritime gray zone operations, unmanned vehicle applications with non-kinetic and non-lethal payloads, and wireless power, including, utility applications, modeling and simulation assessment capabilities, and technology/capability maturations. I consistently work with other subject matter experts to help realize these aforementioned concepts. Moreover, these projects persistently incorporate interns and sponsor senior design projects to help further the objectives.

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Bunch Reflects on First Year in Command, Outlines AFMC Future

WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio (AFNS) — When Gen. Arnold W. Bunch Jr. took command of the Air Force Materiel Command (AFMC) on May 31, 2019, […]

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