We are already using the FLEET technique to help NASA researchers better understand a flow-control device (swept jet actuator) which is being used in NASA's FAST-MAC project. FLEET could potentially be used in future FAST-MAC-type tests in NTF where the performance of the actuator can be evaluated in-situ for flow control. The technique could clearly show flow separation control, for example. While this project focuses on understanding and developing the physics to improve this new instrumentation, two parallel efforts (described in the comments section) are aimed at implementing the FLEET technology in NASA's large tunnels, including the National Transonic Facility. The technology is also highly relevant for supersonic and hypersonic applications where the technology can be used to characterize facilities and to study entry vehicles. The FS CARS pressure measurement capability, on the other hand, can be used to study sonic boom mitigation on supersonic aircraft.