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  • FY05 STUDY TORS

    Approved for Public ReleaseUSAF Scientific Advisory BoardSummer StudyFY 2005Air Force Operations in Urban EnvironmentsTerms of Reference BackgroundRecent conflicts illustrate that the role of the U.S. Air Force in all phases of urban operations is evolving. This evolving role necessitates increased coordination of air, space and ground operations.
  • FY04 STUDY TORS

    Approved for Public ReleaseUSAF Scientific Advisory Board2004 Ad-Hoc StudyOperationalizing Space LaunchTerms of Reference BackgroundSpace capabilities are increasingly important to overall Air Force operations. While satellites provide much needed ISR, responsive and cost effective space launch remains an elusive activity. Missiles can be launched
  • BYLAWS OF THE U. S. AIR FORCE SCIENTIFIC ADVISORY BOARD

    ARTICLE I: AUTHORITY AND PURPOSEThe U.S. Air Force Scientific Advisory Board (SAB) was originally established as the Army Air Forces Scientific Advisory Group in 1944 by General H.H. “Hap” Arnold with Dr. Theodore von Kármán as its first Chair. The Secretary of Defense, under the provision of the Federal Advisory Committee Act of 1972 (5 U.S.C.,
  • SAB History

    The Scientific Advisory Board, first known as the Scientific Advisory Group (SAB), established by General Henry Harley "Hap" Arnold during World War II, was organized and chaired by Dr. Theodore von Kármán, his scientific advisor. The SAB provided a long range forecast of research and development needs for the Army Air Corps. Originally, the SAB
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