specifications may reduce the cost of federal cookies without impacting taste. However, not all MIL-SPECs are therefore bad. The ones listed here are generally very good in that they define a design space or processes rather than specify a solution. Most are applicable to either fixed- or rotary-wing aircraft.
Atkins E. R., Dauber R. L., Karas J. N., & Pfaff T. A. ( 1975). Study to determine impact of aircrew anthropometry on airframe configuration (Report No. TR 75-47). St. Louis, MO: U.S. Army Aviation System Command.
Boff K. R., & Lincoln J. E. ( 1988). Engineering data compendium: Human perception and performance. Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, OH: Harry G. Armstrong Aerospace Medical Research Laboratory.
Department of Defense. ( 1983). Anthropometry of military personnel (Handbook DOD-HDBK-743). Washington, DC: Author.
Hamilton B. E. ( 1993, October). Expanding the pilot's envelope. Technologies for highly manoeuvrable aircraft. North Atlantic Treaty Organization Advisory Group for Aerospace Research and Development, Conference Proceedings No. 548, Annapolis, MD.
Hamilton B. E., & Metzler T. ( 1992, February 3-6). Comanche crew station design. In Proceedings: 1992 Aerospace Design Conference, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, ALAA-92-1049, Irvine, CA.
Ketchel J. M., & Jenney L. L. ( 1968). Electronic and optically generated aircraft displays: A study of standardization requirements (Report No. JANAIR 680505, AD684849). Washington, DC: Office of Naval Research.
Semple C. A., Jr., Heapy R. J., Conway E. J., Jr., & Burnette K. T. ( 1971). Analysis of human factors data for electronic flight display systems (Report No. AFFDL-TR-70-174). Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, OH: Flight Dynamics Laboratory.
Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc. ( 1996). Pilot-system integration (Aerospace Recommended Practice 4033). Warrendale, PA: Author.
U.S. Army. ( 1988). Job and task analysis handbook (Training and Doctrine Command Pamphlet 351-4(T), TRADOC PAM 351-4(T)). Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Defense.
Zimmermann R. E., & Merrit N. A. ( 1989). Aircraft crash survival design guide Volume I--Design criteria and checklists (Report No. TR 89-D-22). Fort Eustis, VA: Aviation Applied Technology Directorate.