and More papers!
The United States Air Force operates a large and extensive training program. And with training comes papers: Papers written by students, Papers written by staff, Papers written by consultants. These papers do not represent the official view of the Air Force but most of them are written by serving officers who certainly reflect thoughts within the professional Air Force or other services.
The Air Force's Air University has published 5820 papers (as of October 27, 2010). To be sure, some of the papers are, shall we say, of limited interest. I don't think that "Fatigue Behavior of a Quasi-isotropic Graphite/Epoxy Laminate Embedded with a Piezoelectric Sensor" is ever going to make it to the NY Time best seller list. If you're really into Einsteinian physics you might want to try "Investigation of Gravity Waves Via the Rotational Temperature of Hydroxyl Nightglow." Some though are pretty interesting. Not knowing your particular interests I've written a specialized search routing to identify certain areas that just might tweak your interest:
Some of these headings only have one entry, if this is the case, You will be sent directly to the book display page. If there is more than one entry, you will get a list of links by title.
If you don't see your particular interests here, all of our usual searching procedures still work.
Here are some particular keywords that would seem to interest our visitors:
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