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As the A-10 fleet transitioned away from the legacy MXU recorders that were becoming increasingly obsolete and toward a new recording solution, the downstream tools used to process the new data also needed replacement. The initial focus for these software tools was to increase their flexibility and capability over the legacy programs in understanding the details of how the A-10 fleet was being flown. This focus allowed for many valuable studies regarding issues such as relative severity across the fleet, gunfire rates, stores carried, etc., and how that impacted the structural integrity of the fleet. After the new recorders had been flying on a subset of the fleet for a few years, the decision was made to install them on all remaining A-10s. This was to not only benefit the quality and quantity of data going into the Loads/Environment Spectra Survey, but also to improve the Individual Aircraft Tracking Program, which by this point was dealing with obsolescence issues of its own. The order of magnitude increase in data to be processed led to the data processing and maneuver spectrum development functions being automated and transitioned to the Tinker AFB ASIMIS office, giving the USAF even more flexibility and internal capability to gather usage data necessary for force management. This paper gives the history of this transition from legacy recorders and tools to modernized processes and organic capabilities, and the program benefits that have resulted from that transition.
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