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Aerospace Testing International

December 2016

The December 2016 issue is now available online! Packed full of news, interviews and features, including:

F-35C DT-III : This August, seven F-35Cs could be found arranged on the deck of the USS George Washington, marking the largest carrier contingent of Lightning IIs to operate from a ‘big deck’ large carrier to date, and signaling the third and final phase of developmental test

EMBRAER E2 : Embraer has passed through the 25% point in its 2,000-hour E2 trials campaign – its nine-prototype effort should see the next-generation airliner variants enter service in 2018, 2019 and 2020

NASA X-57 : Will NASA’s X-57 electric research airplane go down in history as the aircraft that helped define a new, greener, cleaner, electric age of aviation?

USAARL : The US Army Aeromedical Research Laboratory uses a unique flight simulator and instrumented research helicopter to quantify human factors in combat cockpits

 

 


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Ben has worked all of his career as a journalist and now editor, covering almost all aspects of technology, engineering and industry. In the last 16 years he has written on subjects from nuclear submarines and autonomous cars to future design and manufacturing technologies and commercial aviation. Latterly editor of a leading engineering magazine, he brings an eye for a great story and lots of experience to the team.

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