Joint Aircraft Survivability Program JASP, research and promote aircraft survivability.
“Established in 1971 in response to high aircraft loss rates experienced during the Vietnam War. They focused on susceptibility reduction (design characteristics that make an aircraft harder to detect) and vulnerability reduction (design characteristics that give an aircraft the ability to withstand a hit, if detected). Since its beginning, JASP has successfully worked to make aircraft combat survivability a design discipline”
Main St. Design designed a custom website for JASP updating the old site to meet modern day standards.