See my Statement of solidarity below.
STATEMENT OF SOLIDARITY TO ”WAR ON YOUR DOORSTEP”
Hereby I express my solidarity with the courageous action
of ”War on your doorstep” , which attacked the National
Aerospace Laboratory on early morning on 19th february with
red paint and broke several windows.
WELL DONE, WAR ON YOUR DOORSTEP!
Because NLR presents itself as an innocent centre of
research for civil aerospace 
In reality they are working for the Dutch ministry
of Defence , for example by development of software tool 
So they are involved in the development of war tools, which cause
civilian victims bu Dutch cooperation with Western imerialist wars
under the pretext of ”humanitarian missions”
But NLR has more on his conscience!
They participate in the IDEX arns fair in Abu Dhabi as one of
the 15 Dutch companies, under supervision of the Dutch Ministry of Defence.
So they have blood on their hands, because sellling arms,
or development of military technologies in areas of conflicts
is a crime.
Certainly in a regio with hundred of thousands civilian victims
by Western military support to occupation State Israel
and the Western imperialist wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.
And arms trade dealing with Arab regimes, which violate
human rights is a dirty business.
NLR has deserved the red paint on their doorstep, as
the broken windows.
Red paint for the blood on their hands.
Broken windows to symbolize the bombings that they make themselves responsible for.
DOWN WITH ARMS FAIRS THAT EARN BIG MONEY
ON THE BACK OF HUNDRED OF THOUSANDS
DOWN WITH THE ARMS TRADERS!
SOLIDARITY WITH THE INNOCENT VICTIMS OF
WAR AND DESTRUCTION.
TO A WORLD OF JUSTICE!
”NLR’s mission is to increase the sustainability, safety and efficiency of air transport.
NLR is the Dutch knowledge enterprise for identifying, developing and applying advanced technological knowledge in the area of aerospace. Our activities are relevant to society, market-oriented and carried out on a non-profit basis. We thus strengthen the innovativeness, competitiveness and effectiveness of government and business. ”
MISSION AND STRATEGY
”Are you an industry, OEM, (lower tier) supplier, looking for support in requirements generation or analysis, (from lower TRL-level) technology development, test and verification, qualification or certification for your products or services? Or do you need assistance in sustainment, logistics, obsolescence or health management, MRO, technology insertion, (embedded) training, simulation or C4ISR? Are you a supplier for NH-90, JSF, F-16, Chinook, Apache or UAS systems? Are you dealing with issues involving composites, nano technology, multi-sensor data fusion, situation assessment, decision superiority, systems engineering, real-time software engineering, secure collaboration, NCW or cyber defence, asset management, PBL, PHM/CBM, whole life cycle (environmental) analyses, cost models, or end-of-life solutions? In all of these cases we might be able to help you.”
DEFENCE AND SECURITY INDUSTRY
”NLR has developed a software tool – Life Cycle Management (Tools4LCM) – for the Dutch Ministry of Defence. The tool provides insights into the factors that contribute to the availability of military equipment, allowing the Ministry to gain valuable insights into the performance of maintenance organisations, the availability of weapon systems, and the related costs.
The two-year programme, in which the NLDA (Netherlands Defence Academy) also participated, was recently completed, providing a ‘demonstrator’ that will remain accessible for additional one year.
A large amount of data is collected during the lifespan of military systems, including for example information about component failures, the time needed to carry out repairs, and the associated costs, as well as information about whether a platform, such as the Royal Netherlands Air Force’s F-16 fighter jets, is deployable. Such data therefore contains a wealth of information, which in theory can be extracted in order to determine what errors were made and what subsequently can be done to correct them. The needed support for conducting in-depth analysis was however delayed until Tools4LCM was developed.”
TOOL FOR MORE DYNAMIC LIFE CYCLE MANAGEMENT