The U.S. Navy has launched development of an airborne computing environment designed to allow new software applications to be fielded quickly across multiple aircraft types. The Army has joined the Future Airborne Capability Environment (FACE) program, which aims to break away from the costly and time-consuming process of introducing new capabilities only through regular, scheduled updates of individual platforms’ operational flight programs (OFPs). FACE is developing standards for ...

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