Calspan begins performing car-to-car offset testing with both vehicles in motion.
The second variable stability Learjet (N102VS) becomes operational.
Calspan develops and builds a digital model-following variable control feel system for the front cockpit of the VISTA F-16 and for the VAAC Harrier research aircraft.
Calspan-SRL Merges with Veda International, Inc. of Alexandria, Va. and a year later becomes Veridian Corporation.
The Company wins a major transonic wind tunnel contract for Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) testing.
US Olympic skiers receive training at Calspan’s low speed wind tunnel. Picabo Street wins a gold medal in super giant slalom at Nagano, Japan.
The Company develops the only airborne simulation-based upset recovery training program to help reduce the leading cause of commercial airline accidents.
A new captive trajectory simulation (CTS) system becomes operational for weapons integration testing in the transonic wind tunnel.
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