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Working under a Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) contract, scientists from AFRL and the Texas Research Institute developed a high-temperature aircraft camouflage coating for use on the titanium slats of C-17 aircraft.

This coating will significantly increase the survivability of operational aircraft against the threat of man-portable weapons and provide enhanced thermal performance for future aircraft.

The camouflage coating prolongs aircraft survivability by reducing the gloss and reflectance of uncoated high-temperature components.

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