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us: Air Force Materials Laboratory (U.S.)


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    • us: United States. Air Force Materials Laboratory, Dayton, Ohio
    • us: United States. Air Force. Air Research and Technology Division. Materials Laboratory
    • us: United States. Air Force. Materials Laboratory
    • us: Wright-Patterson Air Force Base (Ohio). Air Force Materials Laboratory
    • us: United States. Air Force Materials Laboratory
    • us: U.S. Air Force Materials Laboratory
    • us: United States. Air Force. Systems Command. Air Force Materials Laboratory
    • us: Air Force Wright Aeronautical Laboratories. Air Force Materials Laboratory
  • Variants

    • us: United States. Air Force Materials Laboratory, Dayton, Ohio
    • us: United States. Air Force. Air Research and Technology Division. Materials Laboratory
    • us: United States. Air Force. Materials Laboratory
    • us: Wright-Patterson Air Force Base (Ohio). Air Force Materials Laboratory
    • us: United States. Air Force Materials Laboratory
    • us: U.S. Air Force Materials Laboratory
    • us: United States. Air Force. Systems Command. Air Force Materials Laboratory
    • us: Air Force Wright Aeronautical Laboratories. Air Force Materials Laboratory
  • Later Established Forms

    • us: Wright Laboratory (Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio). Materials Directorate
  • Earlier Established Forms

      United States. Air Force Materials Laboratory, Dayton, OhioUnited States.Air Force Materials Laboratory, Dayton, Ohio United States. Air Force. Systems Command. Aeronautical Systems Division. Directorate of Materials and ProcessesUnited States.Air Force.Systems Command.Aeronautical Systems Division.Directorate of Materials and Processes
  • Sources

    • found: Bryant, P. J. Mechanisms of solid friction, 1964.
    • found: Smith, B.M. A glossary of terms for robotics, 1981: t.p. (U.S. Air Force Materials Laboratory) p. 3 (Air Force Systems Command) rept. doc. p. (Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio)
    • found: Phone call to Wright-Pat. Air Force Base, 4/20/93 (Air Force Materials Laboratory was subord. to Air Force Systems Command)
    • found: Phone call to Failure Analysis Section, 11/17/94 (Air Force Materials Laboratory became the Materials Directorate under the Wright Research and Development Center, and later became the Materials Directorate under Wright Laboratory)
    • found: History of the Air Force Materials Laboratory, 2000- : v. 2, pt. 2, p. 2 (in Apr. 1961, the Air Force Systems Command was est'd, with the Aeronautical Systems Division as one of its divisions; 1 Apr. 1963, the Division's Directorate of Materials and Processes was reorganized as the Air Force Materials Laboratory) p. 3 (Headquarters, Air Force Systems Command, Special Order G-53, effective 1 July 1975, activated the Air Force Wright Aeronautical Laboratories, and assigned it 4 labs. including Air Force Materials Laboratory)
  • Change Notes

    • 1980-10-20: new
    • 2000-10-18: revised
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