An immediate application of FTGA will be NASA missions of Science Mission Directorate. Especially, FTGA can be applied to Spacecraft and Satellite Command and Data Handling subsystems, in order to balance between the objective for the quality of FM and the concern about the monetary budget. Other important NASA applications include 1) design of avionics systems in spacecraft, 2) devices and computers for long-life missions for which traditional repair and maintenance are not possible, 3) deep-space network communication systems which are critical to mission control and success, 4) design of contingency plans for robotics missions to outer planets, 5) design and development of the approaching, entering, and landing processes for deep-space missions to outer planets, 6) design of fault-tolerant sequences for robotics missions, and 7) design and development of radiation-tolerant field-programmable gate arrays. Military and commercial avionics systems, as well as command and data handling subsystems, are also very relevant for FTGA applications. For example, AADL-model-based risk analysis and mitigation can be applied to Army's helicopter avionics systems to aid in simultaneous determination and placement of high assurance partitions and related guard mechanisms to meet application requirements on dependability, safety, and confidentiality. All those aspects are crucial to military aircraft, including unmanned aerial/ground vehicles (UAVs/UGVs) in which data confidentiality is a critical aspect in case of a crash occurring in enemy's field. Since our model-based, integrated method which offers not only analytic solution and results but also "prescriptive solutions" to resolve discovered risks, FTGA applications are highly appropriate for the automobile, truck, and commercial aircraft industries of which good dependability and safety ratings are the most important criterion for manufactures to gain and maintain the competitiveness of their business.