ASPJAir & Space Power Journal (US Air Force; professional publication)
ASPJAirborne Self-Protection Jammer
ASPJAdvanced Self Protection Jammer
ASPJAmulet Second Pentacle Of Jupiter (Wicca)
ASPJAirborne/Advanced Self-Protection Jammer
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6.2 Derivation Tracing Queries for One-Level ASPJ Views
ASPJ [Air and Space Power journal] Africa and Francophonie 2010 1 3 6-15
Westinghouse was responsible for the ALQ-153 tail warning system for the B-52, is teamed with ITT on the ALQ-165 ASPJ, and is teamed with TRW on the INEWS programme for the F-22/23.
(11.) ASPJ staff, "Air War Plans Division 1: The Air Plan That Defeated Hitler," ASPJ 17, no.
(22.) Maj Kenneth Beebe, "The Air Force's Missing Doctrine: How the US Air Force Ignores Counterinsurgency," ASPJ 20 (Spring 2006): 27-34, /Volume-20_Issue-1-4/2006_Vol20_No1.pdf.
Frustrated Navy and Air Force program managers, shepherding the service's AN/ALQ-165 airborne self-protection jammer (ASPJ) program through the obligatory bureaucratic maze, are hoping the joint House/Senate Appropriations Conference releases funds already appropriated but held up by the Senate Appropriations Committee's action on the fiscal year 1990 DoD appropriation.
The test performance of the AN/ALQ-165 Airborne Self-Protection Jammer (ASPJ), a product of the joint venture team of ITT Industries' Avionics Division (Clifton, NJ) and Northrop Grumman ES [3], had likewise shown effectiveness testing problems.
DoD has finally authorized low rate initial production (LRIP) of the joint Navy/Air Force AN/ALQ-165 Airborne Self-Protection Jammer (ASPJ) system destined for use on a variety of Navy fighter and attack aircraft and the Air Force's F-16s.
He also thanks Potomac Books for making a copy of the book available for review and the ASPJ editorial team for their time and effort.
That's really the issue we're dealing with." BAE's program manger for IDECM RFCM, Steve Morais, added, "IDECM leveraged an awful lot from the ASPJ [Airborne Self-Protection Jammer, or AN/ALQ-165], and the ASPJ program originated ten to twelve years ago -- maybe even longer." Many of these obsolescence issues, Morais said, were dealt with during engineering and manufacturing development (EMD) -- "at least, the stuff that was know five years ago." During LRIP now, BAE will be "attacking some of the heritage ASPJ designs," Morais said, that have become obsolete since the inception of EMD for the IDECM RFCM program.