Other government flight test centers and commercial aircraft manufacturers, both manned and unmanned, will benefit from the adaptive ASE algorithms and subsequent real-time simulated flight test verification by providing a validated solution that is robust to off-nominal system variation and minimizes adverse impact on rigid body performance. Other aerospace applications include rotorcraft systems, rocket booster and spacecraft structural mode detection and control. Outside of aerospace, other areas of application include automotive (for engine and vehicle dynamic monitoring and control), industrial manufacturing (for rejection of machine noise and structural vibrations), infrastructure (for monitoring buildings, bridges, etc., for changes in stiffness and damping and subsequent active suppression of adverse dynamics), and alternative energy (aeroservoelastic suppression for wind turbine technology). The developed adaptive ASE suppression algorithms and subsequent real-time piloted validation simulation toolset will greatly benefit NASA flight test programs by providing a solution to reject adverse ASE dynamics that is 1) robust to off nominal system variations including flight condition changes, configuration changes as well as damage and failure scenarios and 2) minimizes the adverse impact on rigid body performance (i.e., flying qualities, handling qualities and ride quality). Potential NASA benefits other than aeronautics programs include adverse dynamic suppression in both manned and unmanned rocket booster and spacecraft systems. Safe flight in the presence of adverse conditions is further ensured by the comprehensive validation approach that includes real-time piloted simulations.