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SMALL BUSINESS INNOVATION RESEARCH TO SUPPORT AGING AIRCRAFT: Priority Technical Areas and Process Improvements References Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL). 1997. NASA, Air Force, FAA Aging Aircraft Joint Plan. Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio : Air Force Research Laboratory. AFRL . 1998. New Automated Scanner May Streamline Aircraft Structure Inspection and Evaluation Process. AFRL MLMP Success Stories. Available online at: < www.ml.afrl.af.mil/successes/1998/ss98149.html >. Alcott, J., et al. 1993. Results of First Demonstration of Nondestructive Inspection Equipment to Detect Hidden Corrosion on USAF Aircraft. OC-ALC/TIES Program report, May 1993, Contract F41608-90-D-0544-SD01-04 . Washington, D.C.: Department of the Air Force. ASC/AFRL (Aeronautical Systems Center/Air Force Research Laboratory) . 1999. Aging Aircraft Technologies Team Summary of Air Force Aging Aircraft Problems. Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio: Air Force Research Laboratory. Bartel, J. 2000. Aging Aircraft: The Graying of Our Skies. NTIAC Newsletter 25(May 3) : 3–4 . Buynak, C. 2000. AFRL/MLLP “In-House” NDE Research. Presentation by C. Buynak, Air Force Research Laboratory, to the Committee on Small Business Innovation Research to Support Aging Aircraft, Dayton, Ohio, March 15, 2000. Compton, C. 2000. An Enterprise Approach to A/A Modernization Management. In Proceedings of the 2000 Aging Aircraft Conference, St. Louis, Mo., May 2000. Dayton, Ohio: Universal Technology Corporation. Cooke, G.R. et al. 1998. Study to Determine the Annual Direct Costs of Corrosion Maintenance for Weapon Systems and Equipment in the U.S. Air Force. February 6, 1998. NCI Information Systems, Inc. DOD (U.S. Department of Defense). 1999. Plan to Facilitate the Transition of SBIR Technologies into Acquisition Program. Memorandum dated August 10, 1999, to the Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Acquisition. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Defense, Office of the Undersecretary of Defense for Acquisition and Technology. Lincoln, J. 2000. Air Force Single Technical Leader Overview. Presentation by J. Lincoln, Aeronautical Systems Center, to the Committee on Small Business Innovation Research to Support Aging Aircraft, Dayton, Ohio, March 15, 2000.

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