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Griffin JM and Kinnu JE, 2007. B-2 Systems Engineering - Case Study, Air Force Institute of Technology

Griffin JM and Kinnu JE, 2007. B-2 Systems Engineering - Case Study, Air Force Institute of Technology

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B-2 Systems EngineeringCase Study
John M. Griffin, SES (Ret.)James E. Kinnu, Northrop-Grumman (Ret.)Edited by John M. Colombi
 Air Force Center for Systems Engineeringat the Air Force Institute of Technology2950 Hobson Way, Wright-Patterson AFB OH 45433-7765
 
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In response to Air Force Secretary James G. Roche’s charge to reinvigorate the systemsengineering profession, the Air Force Institute of Technology (AFIT) undertook a broad spectrum of initiatives that included creating new instructional material. The Institute envisioned case studies on past programs as one of these new tools for teaching the principles of systemsengineering.Four case studies, the first set in a planned series, were developed with the oversight of the Subcommittee on Systems Engineering to the Air University Board of Visitors. TheSubcommittee included the following distinguished individuals:ChairmanDr. Alex Levis, AF/STMembersBrigadier General Tom Sheridan, AFSPC/DR Dr. Daniel Stewart, AFMC/CDDr. George Friedman, University of Southern CaliforniaDr. Andrew Sage, George Mason UniversityDr. Elliot Axelband, University of Southern CaliforniaDr. Dennis Buede, Innovative Decisions Inc.Dr. Dave Evans, Aerospace InstituteDr. Levis and the Subcommittee on Systems Engineering crafted the idea of publishingthese case studies, reviewed several proposals, selected four systems as the initial cases for study, and continued to provide guidance throughout their development. The Subcommittee’sleading minds in systems engineering have been a guiding force to charter, review, and approvethe work of the authors. The four case studies produced in that series were the C-5 Galaxy, theF-111, the Hubble Space Telescope, and the Theater Battle Management Core System.This second series includes the B-2 Spirit Stealth bomber. Additional case studies areunder consideration for future publication in a third series.
Approved for Public Release; Distribution UnlimitedThe views expressed in this Case Study are those of the author(s) and do not reflect theofficial policy or position of the United States Air Force, the Department of Defense, or theUnited States Government.

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