Interagency Propulsion Committee
Meetings of the JANNAF Interagency Propulsion Committee are held to support the JANNAF mission of facilitating the exchange of technical information and problem-solving in areas of joint agency interest. JANNAF meetings are held twice each year, in the spring and in December. Groups of three to four subcommittees meet approximately every 18 months, with the JANNAF Propulsion Meeting (JPM) rotating annually with the subcommittees that meet in the spring.
An average of 400 federal government and non-government scientists and engineers working in the areas of rocket, missile, space, aircraft, or gun propulsion, attend each JANNAF meeting. Participants in JANNAF are leaders in their fields, including:
Meeting Announcements and Call for Papers are disseminated to the propulsion community approximately 6-8 months prior to the meeting. Meeting programs are primarily derived from abstracts submitted in response to the Call for Papers. Meeting invitations are typically released three months before a meeting.
Proceedings from JANNAF Meetings are available via the JANNAF Digital Online Collection (JDOC) database. In addition to proceedings, JDOC houses the entire history of the JANNAF collection with over 25,000 searchable papers, reports, standards, and manuals. Unclassified documents are available in PDF format. JDOC is accessible via your Secure JANNAF Portal Account. The JDOC database is provided complimentary to all U.S. Government employees. All non-government meeting attendees have complimentary access for a one year period with their meeting registration. Subscriptions are available to non-government individuals and organizations. For additional information, contact ERG customer service at 410-992-7300 or email@example.com.