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Hit the dust

A recent helicopter crash test conducted by NASA, the US Navy, the US Army and the FAA hopes to shed new light on seat safety and lightweight composites, while also exploring the value of new testing methods

The frame grabbers

So-called ‘frame grabbers’ have helped engineers unravel a complex picture of aerodynamic interactions during the Embraer KC-390’s refueling procedures

Root cause

How Wichita’s National Institute for Aviation Research (NIAR) is using a F/A-18 first-generation aircraft to learn more about the aging of composite structures and bonds

Come Together

The US Missile Defense Agency has proved its integrated systems concept in the biggest and most ambitious advanced threat test and raid assault ever: FTI-01

Hot to CHOT

How researchers at the University of Nottingham hope to turn light into ultrasound to revolutionize NDT

Sowing the seeds

Arnold Engineering Development Complex updates and improves its particle seeding system with a multi-injector solution

Set the course

Canada’s National Research Council helicopter test pilot Stephan Carignan discusses his exceptional career and what’s next for the rotorcraft industry

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