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Exhibit R-2, Rdt&E Budget Item Justification

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Title: Exhibit R-2, Rdt&E Budget Item Justification  
Author: Department of Defense
Language: English
Subject: Military, Armed Forces., National defense.
Collections: Military and Armed Forces Library Collection
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Publisher: Department of Defense


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Defense, D. O. (n.d.). Exhibit R-2, Rdt&E Budget Item Justification. Retrieved from

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Excerpt: (U) A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification This program develops advanced materials, processing, and inspection technologies to reduce life cycle costs and improve performance, affordability, supportability, reliability, and survivability of current and future Air Force systems and operations. The program has four projects that develop: (1) structural, propulsion, and sub-systems materials and processes technologies; (2) electronic, optical, and survivability materials and processes technologies; (3) sustainment materials, processes technologies, and advanced non-destructive inspection methodologies; and (4) air base operations technologies including deployable base infrastructure, force protection, and fire fighting capabilities. Note: In FY 2005, Congress added $1.0 million for Computational Tools for Materials Development, $2.6 million for Advanced Wide Bandgap Materials for RF [Radio Frequency] Technology, $1.7 million for Advanced Silicon Carbide Device Technology, $2.0 million for Domestic Titanium Powder Manufacturing Initiative, $1.0 million for Cost-Effective Composite Materials for Manned and Unmanned Flight Structures, $2.4 million for Blast Resistant Barriers for Homeland Defense, $2.1 million for Advanced Magnetic Random Access Memory Modules, $1.0 million for Optimal Design of Materials Processes, $2.8 million for Wright Brothers Institute ... Nanostructured Materials for Advanced Air Force Systems, $2.5 million for Titanium Matrix Composites, $3.6 million for Nanostructured Materials for Advanced Air Systems, $2.5 million for Gallium Nitrate RF Power Technology, $2.1 million for Thermal Sprays for Structural Protection, $2.5 million for ONAMI [Oregon Nanoscience and Microtechnologies Institute] Safer Nanomaterials and Nanomanufacturing, $1.0 million for Non-Linear Optical Materials, $1.0 million for Durable Hybrid Coatings for Aircraft Systems, $1.1 million for Material Science Laboratory, $3.5 million for Advanced Manufacturing Technologies for Metals, Composites (UMR), and $10.5 million for Strategic Partnership for Research in Nanotechnology. This program is in Budget Activity 2, Applied Research, since it develops and determines the technical feasibility and military utility of evolutionary and revolutionary technologies.

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