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MeetingACGS Committee Meeting 110 - Auburn, Maine - October 2012
Agenda Location4 GENERAL COMMITTEE TECHNICAL SESSION
4.1 Research Institutions, Industry, and University Reports
4.1.1 Research Institutions and Companies
4.1.1.3 Mitchell Aerospace Research
TitleMitchell Aerospace Research
PresenterDave Mitchell
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AbstractAll work has been completed on a Phase II.5 SBIR from NAVAIR. A draft version of an ADS-33 Specification Application Package (ASAP) has been developed, and a display for a Portable Optical Naval Guidance (PONG) Mission Task Element was delivered to Patuxent River, MD. While the display appears to be very promising, it has not been tested in the field, so we are searching for a funding source to continue its development.

Dave Mitchell continues to provide assistance to NAVAIR as a Subject Matter Expert on V-22 and CH-53K handling qualities and flight control systems development.

As a part-time employee for Avionics Test and Analysis Corporation (ATAC) of Niceville, FL, Dave is teaching at the USAF Test Pilot School at Edwards AFB, CA, in the Flying Qualities Phase. He is also a lecturer for the National Test Pilot School in Mojave, CA, and is currently negotiating with the International Test Pilot School in Canada to lecture there as well.



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