Combat Survivability Division
To enhance survivability as an essential element of overall combat mission effectiveness. This involves promoting communications and the exchange of survivability technical information between individuals and organizations that develop requirements for, design, build and tactically employ military weapon systems. The Division's program covers all aspects of susceptibility reduction (probability of hit), vulnerability reduction (consequences of hit), and the overall survivability discipline, including countermeasures, signature reduction, tactics and training, camouflage, concealment and deception, as well as damage resistance, damage tolerance and combat damage repair. An additional focus is the transfer of information and technology between the military survivability and civil aviation communities to further flight safety and to mitigate the effects of terrorist acts.
- Foster greater understanding of combat survivability and flight safety issues by government and industry program managers as well as by those senior government officials who specify operational and safety requirements.
- Encourage a cost effective and balanced approach to the design and development of survivable weapon systems and promote credible trade studies and integrated survivability assessments.
- Bring crucial survivability issues directly to the attention of senior leadership in the Department of Defense, industry, and the Congress, when appropriate.
- Improve communications and cooperation between the Electronic Warfare and general Survivability Communities to a point where they are viewed as one.
- Promote development of the combat survivability discipline as a key component of the systems engineering process.
- Support the development and acquisition of simulations and test facilities used to verify the survivability of weapon systems.
- Encourage acquisition of combat-repairable weapon systems and development of a combat damage repair capability in the Military Services.
- Foster education and provide educational opportunities for those in government, industry, and academia who need to understand and employ the techniques, technologies, and information related to combat survivability.
Combat Survivability Workshop
"Aircraft Chemical, Biological, and Radiological (CBR) Contamination Survivability (CS)"
Thursday, April 30, 2015
8:00 AM, Workshop Check in
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM, Workshop
Institute for Defense Analyses
4850 Mark Center Drive
Alexandria, VA 22311-1888
There is no fee to attend the Workshop, and your security clearance serves as your registration.
Download/Print/View the Clearance form and instructions
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Division awards are presented each year at the annual Aircraft Survivability Symposium. Please contact Mr. Jack Rau, Division Awards Chairman, for additional information: email@example.com
May 2014 Workshop
Summary Report information will be posted as it becomes available.
August 2009 Workshop
Download/Print/View the Aircraft Combat Damage Reporting Workshop Summary Report
BG Stephen D. Mundt, USA (Ret)
Senior Vice President for Strategy and Business Development
Airbus Group, Inc.
One Global View
2550 Wasser Terrace
Mr. Barry Vincent
2700 D Street, Building 1661
Wright-Patterson AFB, OH 45433-7605
Phone: (937) 781-2456
National Defense Industrial Association
Mrs. Christy J. Mason, CMP
Phone: (703) 247-2586