The Military Certification Branch is dedicated to supporting military commercial derivative aircraft (MCDA) on behalf of the U.S. Armed Services. This office collaborates with a variety of stakeholders to oversee all related safety, certification and business activities. Along with the Policy and Standards Division (AIR-600), the Branch maintains MCDA policies collaboratively developed with the Armed Services to certify mission equipment installations and properly integrate with military airworthiness systems. On behalf of the FAA, the Branch also collaborates on aircraft airworthiness issues across various government agencies as the FAA's representative on the National Airworthiness Council.
Last updated: Friday, July 21, 2023