The MAV is our primary technology insertion opportunity, but an aerospike nozzle, particular on solid rocket motors, is applicable to a wide variety of NASA propulsion systems. Our ATK Elkton teammate, currently responsible for the MAV motor design, is also developing the pintle-controlled launch abort system (LAS) for the SLS program. A pintle-controlled aerospike may provide a positive impact to the LAS design as well.
The U.S. missile defense shield could benefit greatly from our technology development. Specifically, we have targeted the Missile Defense Agency's Common Kill Vehicle (CKV) program as our primary non-NASA technology insertion opportuniy.