Safe from sound? AFRL experts collect data inside hardened aircraft shelters around the world
There are many shapes and sizes of jet-blast deflectors, all of which are concrete structures on the back of hardened aircraft shelters constructed to take the flow off jet engines and divert it. This one is from a shelter in the Netherlands where a team of Air Force Research Laboratory acoustics experts were gathering data to provide an official report to the Royal Netherlands Air Force for its HAS certifications. (Photo courtesy of Royal Netherlands Air Force)
Gina Marie Giardina
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