This expanded issue of the AMPTIAC Quarterly, a collection of articles from Air Force Research Laboratory researchers, focuses on materials research and development for space, launch and reentry applications. Articles in this special issue include:; A Conversation with AFRL/ML's Director; A Recollection of AFRL's Accomplishments in Space Technology; Materials & the 'Final Frontier'; MaterialEASE: Testing in the Space Environment; LHMEL Simulates Space Environment for Advanced Materials, Space Systems Testing; The IHPRPT Materials Working Group Focuses On Next-Generation of Rockets; Ceramic Materials for Reusable Liquid Fueled Rocket Engine Combustion Devices; Cooperative Planning is Accelerating the Development of Advanced TPS; Composites for Orbiting Platforms; Spacecraft Materials Development Programs for Thermal Control Coatings & Space Environmental Testing; Advanced Materials & Processes for Large, Lightweight, Space-Based Mirrors; Precision Tooling for Thin Film Reflectors.
May 1, 2004
All Aircraft Survivability Journals published after 2014 were produced under the contract vehicle known as Survivability/Vulnerability Information Analysis Center (SURVIAC). The journal is now created by the Joint Aircraft Survivability Program (JASP).