addresses issues with operational aircraft that are also industry’s responsibility.

Lack of Alternative Sponsors (1): This technology should be undertaken by industry; in the past, DoD has supported this goal as well.

Appropriate Level of Risk (3): This Challenge faces low to moderate risk.


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