In this Phase we will work with the Air Force and review the current performance issues they are experiencing. We understand the current design experiences performance failure after the unit is in the field for some duration. We will evaluate the performance issues, obtain samples, perform due diligence, reverse engineer, create engineering drawings, perform positive material identifications, assign proper quality control documentation, and all pertinent technical activities to complete a technical data package in accordance with the DLA requirements and submit a SAR for evaluation and acceptance. In this process, we develop parts that are with equal to or better performance of the existing current supplied part. Brighton Cromwell will develop appropriate technical data and conduct analysis of existing parts to assess comparative performance characteristics. In addition, we will utilize our manufacturing expertise and engineers to critically analyze the components for the potential to improve performance, extend lifecycle, and improve the quality of the component. The culmination of this research will provide the basis for a business case for the final report. We will pursue Engineering Support Activity (ESA) SAR development. After approval of our SAR we will bring the project to commercialization. Please refer to the commercialization plan for additional details. Our intention is to become a supplier for this product and also provide replacement parts and repair services.