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Review and Evaluation of the Air Force Hypersonic Technology Program APPENDICES
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Review and Evaluation of the Air Force Hypersonic Technology Program APPENDIX A Committee Meetings and Other Activities This appendix provides details about committee meetings, site visits, and the individuals and organizations contacted during the course of the study. JULY 14–16, 1997, DAYTON, OHIO Meeting objectives: complete administrative business, including introductions and composition/balance discussions for new members, introduction to the National Research Council, committee and report procedures, and committee administrative support methodology; briefings by Air Force and Wright Laboratory on the Hypersonic Technology Program; briefing by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency on the Affordable Rapid Response Missile Demonstrator Program; briefings by NASA on the HYPER-X Program and the Advanced Reusable Transportation Technology Project; develop program contacts; develop committee assignments and report strategy; approve report concept; determine location and date of next committee meeting. Presenters WRIGHT LABORATORY Dr. Tom Curran Robert Mercier Keith Numbers James Weber Dr. Terrry Ronald Glen Liston WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, OHIO Maj. Ira Wade, ASC/VXX Joe Reiman, ASC/XR NATIONAL AIR INTELLIGENCE CENTER Jeff Drouhard THE JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY/ APPLIED PHYSICS LABORATORY Mike White DEFENSE ADVANCED RESEARCH PROJECTS AGENCY Lt. Col. Walt Price EGLIN AIR FORCE BASE, FLORIDA Maj. Dave Bunker, WL/MNAV NASA MARSHALL SPACE FLIGHT CENTER Uwe Hueter NASA LANGLEY RESEARCH CENTER Richard Tyson BOEING NORTH AMERICAN Dr. Kevin Bowcut AUGUST 21–22, 1997, IRVINE, CALIFORNIA Meeting objectives: composition/balance discussions for new members; briefings by the Navy, NASA, and industry on hypersonic technology; discussions on report strategy; modify report outline/concept; set goals for the October committee meeting in Washington, D.C. Presenters NASA LANGLEY RESEARCH CENTER James L.Hunt OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH Dave Siegel Albert J.DeSanti, Naval Air Warfare Center, China Lake Mike Mumford, Naval Air Warfare Center, China Lake THE JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY/ APPLIED PHYSICS LABORATORY Mike White BOEING PHANTOMWORKS George Orton ROCKETDYNE DIVISION OF BOEING NORTH AMERICAN Raymond B.Edelman
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Review and Evaluation of the Air Force Hypersonic Technology Program BOEING NORTH AMERICAN Kevin Bowcutt Ray Bartlett Alan Boutilier Thad Sanford Curt Wiler PRATT AND WHITNEY Ted Langston Steve Beckel Robert Faulkner AEROJET Mel Bulman Adam Siebenhaar KAISER MARQUARDT Jeff Jensen LOCKHEED MARTIN Craig Johnston Ed Glasgow U.S. AIR FORCE Ray Moszee HYPERSONIC TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM OFFICE Edward S.Gravlin Terrence M.F.Ronald OCTOBER 8–9, 1997, WASHINGTON, D.C. Meeting objectives: briefing and discussion of Air Force hypersonic missile requirements and missile survivability; briefing by Hughes on hypersonic missile system-level issues; discuss report strategy and updated report outline/ concept; integrate written portions of report; set goals for the next committee meeting. Presenters LINCOLN LABORATORY Bill Keicher HUGHES CORPORATION Vern Mullikin Bob Boriss AIR FORCE OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENTS Lt. Col. Dennis Miner DECEMBER 4–5, 1997, ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO Meeting objectives: briefing by the Air Force on the military space plane technology program and aspects of the program that might require development of enabling hypersonic technologies; briefing by the Air Force on international developments in hypersonic technologies that might affect the study; briefings on other applications of hypersonic technologies and on commercial space developments; discussion of report strategy and creation of first full message draft of the report; set goals for next meeting and committee member assignments. Presenters AIR FORCE RESEARCH LABORATORY Lt. Col. Craig McPherson WRIGHT LABORATORY Lee Bain Jeff Drouhard SPACE ACCESS, INC. Steve Wurst HYTECH CONSULTANT Fred Billig JANUARY 27–28, 1998, WASHINGTON, D.C. Meeting objectives: complete writing assignments for concurrence draft; update information on Air Force Hypersonic Technology Program. Presenter WRIGHT LABORATORY Robert Mercier