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Volume: 6  Issue: 1
Published: Feb 21, 2007


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MAT 2003 ARCHIVES
Volume: 2 Issue: 6
Orginally published on: Dec 31, 2003

Technology Transformer
General Gregory S. Martin
Commander, Air Force Material Command

Listed below are the interviews, articles, and e-nnouncements that were published with Volume: 2 Issue: 6 of MAT:

  • Technology Transformer
    Interview with General Gregory S. Martin
    Commander, Air Force Material Command
  • Sentient Sensors
    Although most would agree that nothing beats a pair of “Mark 1” eyes on the ground, today’s sensor and ground radar technology add detection and monitoring capabilities that are in high demand virtually everywhere.
    By J. Michael Brower
  • Expeditionary Airfield Equipment
    Industry works to get smaller, lighter, multifunctional and more deployable. Despite being austere, operational airfields must have the critical elements for equipment and personnel support to maintain the OPTEMPO.
    By Scott R. Gourley
  • Fire in the Air
    An onboard fire ranks high on the list of things pilots don’t want to experience. Prevention, detection, protection and elimination are vital pieces in the onboard fire puzzle.
    By Ginger Bennett, Mathias L. Kolleck and J. Michael Bennett, Ph.D.
  • An Aircraft’s Home Away from Home
    The Large Shelter System program seeks to replace the deployable hanger systems currently in use that are, at best, adequate as aircraft have become larger with increasing maintenance needs.
    By Patrick Chisholm
  • GPS Anti-jamming Technology
    As the use of precision guided munitions grows, so to do the attempts to jam the systems that guide them. Military Aerospace Technology looks at what’s being done to protect those navigation systems.
    By Anthony Abbott
  • Protech, RUBB Inc.
    Interview with Chip Crotty, Dave Nickerson and Gordon Collins
    Chip Crotty, President, Protech; Dave Nickerson, VP & General Manager, RUBB Inc.; Gordon Collins, Director of Marketing, RUBB Inc.


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