is pleased to bring you the latest news in the Centerís aggressive pursuit
of technology applications.
2010 we bought you the news of our Retroincabulator Two efforts. This resulted
from our partnering with Rockwell International to further the
ís research efforts. You may review those efforts by visiting the following
ís advisory board reviewed the approach the Marketing Department was
pursuing in the development of the Retroincabulator Two, and reached the
opinion that it was a flawed approach.
concert with the
ís sales staff, it became apparent that there was faster way to bring
the Retroincabulator to a successful practical application. The resulting
approach focused on using the Retroincabulator for the aviation industry.
Given the enormous profits being achieved by the airline industry, this is a
quicker way to spur cash flow into the Center. Furthermore, success of the
effort may allow the
marketing department to successfully compete for lucrative government sales, a
market we have not yet penetrated.
our sales department entered into a licensing agreement with the
to apply the Retroincabulator Two for modernizing the aircraft flown by the
pivotal facet of this effort has been the development of routine maintenance
procedures for the Retroincabulator Twoís upkeep. By so doing, the
Museumís cost of operating and maintaining their aircraft has been
cost advantages, and maintenance simplification for airborne applications has
been so dramatic, that the Technology Center government services division is
now discussing with the Pentagon the possible application of the technology to
the manufacture of the highly controversial alternative engine for the F-35
will find a full review of this practical application at the following URL: