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NPFC - JSSG-2007

Engines, Aircraft, Turbine

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Organization: NPFC
Publication Date: 18 June 2020
Status: active
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This Aircraft Turbine Engines Joint Service Specification Guide (JSSG) and its handbook appendices provide rationale, guidance, background, lessons learned, and instructions necessary to tailor Section 3 and Section 4 of JSSG2007 for a specific application. These applications include fixed and rotary wing, wide body, manned, and unmanned air vehicles. The engine requirements are in this handbook and other propulsion and power related systems: fuel, electrical, starter, APU (auxiliary power unit), mechanical systems, drive systems, propeller are in JSSG-2009, and the propulsion system integration requirements are in JSSG-2001.

Document History

JSSG-2007
June 18, 2020
Engines, Aircraft, Turbine
This Aircraft Turbine Engines Joint Service Specification Guide (JSSG) and its handbook appendices provide rationale, guidance, background, lessons learned, and instructions necessary to tailor...
June 10, 2011
Engines, Aircraft, Turbine
This Aircraft Turbine Engines Joint Service Specification Guide (JSSG) and its handbook appendices provide rationale, guidance, background, lessons learned, and instructions necessary to tailor...
December 6, 2007
ENGINES, AIRCRAFT, TURBINE
This Aircraft Turbine Engines Joint Service Specification Guide (JSSG) and its handbook appendices provide rationale, guidance, background, lessons learned, and instructions necessary to tailor...
January 29, 2004
ENGINES, AIRCRAFT, TURBINE
This Aircraft Turbine Engines Joint Service Specification Guide (JSSG) and its handbook appendices provide rationale, guidance, background, lessons learned, and instructions necessary to tailor...
October 30, 1998
ENGINES, AIRCRAFT, TURBINE
Engines covered by this specification are intended for military unique air vehicle propulsion. Fighter and attack missions, combat environment, carrier suitability, etc. are a few examples of the...

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