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MeetingACGS Committee Meeting 110 - Auburn, Maine - October 2012
Agenda Location4 GENERAL COMMITTEE TECHNICAL SESSION
4.2 Government Agencies Summary Reports
4.2.2 DoD
4.2.2.1 AFRL
TitleAFRL
PresenterDave Doman
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AbstractThe Air Force Research Laboratory Aerospace Systems Directorate was formed through the combination of the former AFRL Propulsion and Air Vehicles Directorates into one entity with a new approach for advancing Air Force science and technology. Among the technologies in development in the new Aerospace Systems Directorate are scramjet engines, alternative fuels, unmanned vehicles, hypersonic vehicles, collision avoidance, and aircraft energy optimization.

The Aerospace Systems Directorate brings together world-class facilities including a fuels research facility, structural testing labs, compressor research facility, rocket testing facilities, supersonic and subsonic wind tunnels, flight simulation lab, and many other cutting-edge research labs. The new organization is comprised of 1,800 employees in two research locations. Primarily based at Wright-Patterson, the directorate also includes a smaller research facility at Edwards Air Force Base, Calif., which focuses on rocket and space craft propulsion systems.



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