Air Force accepts Y2K-compliant software

Software engineers from Sanders, a Lockheed Martin company in Nashua, N.H., have delivered Version 2.2 of the Air Force Mission Support System (AFMSS) core software to the U.S. Air Force Electronic Systems Center at Hanscom Air Force Base, Mass., as part of the effort to make the core software Year 2000 (Y2K) compliant. AFMSS helps aircrews plan missions and report mission results. Air Force officials plan to ship Version 2.2 systems to operational units early next year. The new software will re

Software engineers from Sanders, a Lockheed Martin company in Nashua, N.H., have delivered Version 2.2 of the Air Force Mission Support System (AFMSS) core software to the U.S. Air Force Electronic Systems Center at Hanscom Air Force Base, Mass., as part of the effort to make the core software Year 2000 (Y2K) compliant. AFMSS helps aircrews plan missions and report mission results. Air Force officials plan to ship Version 2.2 systems to operational units early next year. The new software will replace Version 2.0, currently deployed worldwide, and 2.1, which Air Force Special Operations Forces crews use now. J.R.

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