The U.S. Air Force may finally be getting ready to design and build a hypersonic aircraft. The Air Force Science and Technology Board, a part of the National Research Council, has a year-long report currently in peer review that looks into the future applications of hypersonics for the service. The report will be available in June and is being directed by Richard Seebass, director of the aero-engineering department at the University of Colorado at Boulder. The report examines the ...

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