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Assessment of Wingtip Modifications to Increase the Fuel Efficiency of Air Force Aircraft Appendix C Presentations to the Committee MEETING 1 DECEMBER 13-14, 2006 WASHINGTON, D.C. Wingtip Devices: What They Do and How They Do It Doug McLean, Boeing Technical Fellow Boeing Commercial Airplanes Overview of Winglets on Boeing Commercial Airplanes Mark Goldhammer, Committee Member Committee on Assessment of Aircraft Winglets for Large Aircraft Fuel Efficiency American Airlines Winglets John Novelli, Director, Operations Engineering and Optimization American Airlines Drag Improvement: A Study of the DC-10/MD-11/C-17 Winglet Programs Robb Gregg III, Senior Manager Boeing Phantom Works
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Assessment of Wingtip Modifications to Increase the Fuel Efficiency of Air Force Aircraft C-5 and C-130 Discussion Lane Ito, Advanced Development Programs Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company Past Winglet Studies: Air Force Scientific Advisory Board Fuel Efficiency Study Ilan Kroo, Committee Member Committee on Assessment of Aircraft Winglets for Large Aircraft Fuel Efficiency Winglets Experience at Southwest (teleconference) Jim Sokol, Vice President of Maintenance and Engineering Southwest Airlines
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