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Published: Feb 21, 2007


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MAT 2004 ARCHIVES
Volume: 3 Issue: 1
Orginally published on: Mar 06, 2004

Expeditionary Transporter
General John W. Handy
Commander U.S. Transportation Command and Mobility Command

Listed below are the interviews, articles, and e-nnouncements that were published with Volume: 3 Issue: 1 of MAT:

  • Expeditionary Transporter
    Interview with General John W. Handy
    Commander U.S. Transportation Command and Mobility Command
  • Jet Eyes in the Sky
    Aerial Common Sensor program, the next-generation manned aircraft reconnaissance, intelligence, surveillance and target-acquisition system for the Army and Navy, will give commanders a comprehensive picture of the battlefield in real-time.
    By Patrick Chisholm
  • Expeditionary Transformation
    Lieutenant General Duncan J. McNabb, deputy chief of staff of the USAF Plans and Programs office, talks about the Air Force’s role in the transformation process. Making the Air Force expeditionary and making its transformations at the same time is challenging but “do able.”
    Lieutenant General Duncan J. McNabb
  • Targets and Countermeasures
    MDA has initiated a very aggressive program to create more realistic target systems and to include more dynamic countermeasure options. By doing so, they will increase the adaptability of both their tactics and interceptors in dealing with anticipated inbound threats.
    By Mickey McCarter
  • Power and Glass
    Advanced aircraft design in today’s world has created airframes and components that will last for decades. Two key areas where technology growth was anticipated and planned for are the engines and the cockpit. The USAF transport fleet is modernizing to meet the growing demand on their capability.
    By J.R. Wilson
  • Networking Air Power
    Building on recent successes, the United States seeks to improve its mission re-direction capabilities. Combining technology and techniques improves mission planning and en route capabilities, which allows a completely flexible approach to target engagement.
    By Anil R. Pustam
  • Punching Out!
    Ejection seats are a means of last resort. When that decision point is reached, pilot safety is paramount, and the ejection seat becomes the first stage in a multi-layered approach to bringing them down to earth. The newest system being deployed will save lives and money.
    By Dr. Jason Hendricks, Brett Porter and Lee Cotter
  • Lockheed Martin Integrated Systems & Solutions
    Interview with Jerry Lindfelt
    Vice President Surveillance & Reconnaissance Systems


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