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Aircraft Stores Interface Manual (ASIM) adopts paperless information technology

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2 Author(s)
Rochin, J.A.G. ; US Dept. of Navy, Point Magu, CA, USA ; Roderick, A.

During recent years, defense budgets have been cut across all services while the cost of maintaining current standards has risen. The Aircraft Stores Interface Manual (ASIM) Program Office found that maintaining a staff for paper updates was no longer feasible and was tasked by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Air Armament Working Party (AAWP) to digitize the ASIM manuals. Converting this information from paper to electronic media presented several challenges which are discussed. Adopting Paperless Information Technology and replacing “Snail Mail” with the World Wide Web is presented

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Aerospace and Electronic Systems Magazine, IEEE  (Volume:13 ,  Issue: 6 )