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The mission screen shot pages are here to give an honest report of all the great neo concept technology that we are working on at MoTIS VJD/VUSSP NETWORKS. Today starts the standard way that we will report on the evolving neo concept technology and special missions that are being conducted behind the scenes at the networks. This is mission file #334-7765-009-001 on the test flight of the proof of concept extension project known as the DROP ZONE form the STAR LIFTER series and the PIGGY BACK lifter division. This is neo concept technology #008-334-112-077 in the divisional area of neo concept transporter class aircraft. The mission test file will be declassified one year from this date and the full details on the project will be released to the public regarding detailed blue prints, total dimensional analysis , and document test information. The file is #66X1 STAR 1A . As we use flight simulations to test neo concept technologies all data that is collected is used to asses real world potential usage. This is not a VA function or a joke even though our VUSSP partners are VA owned and operated our partnering is to engage the full effects of standard real world testing .. Neo concept technology is tested across three simulation platforms and final analysis is conducted and a college level research paper is written in the area of the test conducted and presented to professional groups for analysis. All analysis papers are 4-5 pages in length and written in standard MLA (College based ) research paper style. VUSSP functions to help test all theoretical ideologies and report flight data and characteristics to the aircraft or technologies in question. MSFS allows for a limited analysis to the researched data but it will be the primary presentation software used to show case new ideology in the area of neo concept technologies.
Neo concept technology test carried out on airframe #3556-998-66 and the new NOHS -ATS, THE TEST # IS 7665-998-NT7 the file is closed but all should notice that the DROP ZONE has no rear horizontal stabilizer of front mounted canard and yes the theoretical concept has not only been proven but a stable longitudinal value has been simulated and tested in technical computer monitoring software!!! i.e. we can prove that it works!!
The screen shots only represent samples of the actual testing and models that we are in process with... The screen shots do not represent the actual software data or the lab test values that way are achieving but only a basic example of a neo concept technology that we have document copyrighted or are in the patent process.. The VUSSP is a VA and the CONVOY aircraft though designed by MoTIS VJD is not the subject of this test file as it is a shuttle design specifically for the devised spectra program by MR. K SUTTON We will be releasing the DROP ZONE to the VUSSP under the condition that they will use the technology that is in REAL TIME real world neo concept design value ongoing development. They have signed a legally binding contract not to reissue or alter the technology in question -i.e. written contract is binding and enforceable
A COMPLETE TESTING MISSION DATA BASE WILL BE DESIGNED BY K. SUTTON AND ALL FLIGHT TEST TO BE CONDUCTED BY VUSSP PANTHER BETA TESTERS--These tests have no bearing of the feasibility of the neo concept technology but are designed to simulate a real world test bed test design and test protocol standards by which we will present collected data..
DROP ZONE TESTED 10/30/20030
REAL TIME TEST CONDUCTED TODAY FROM BOEING FIELD TO THE MoTIS X ROW SCENERY --UNDER CONSTRUCTION
AIRCRAFT STILL UNDER TESTING AND CONSTRUCTION
FIRST TRIALS WERE UNREMARKABLE AND SECONDARY STAGE TESTING TO BEGIN IN THE MORROW
This is a great neo concept aircraft design and copyrighted by MoTIS VJD
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