The electronic combat test capability at the Utah Test and Training Range will be discussed during a May 19 dinner and program sponsored by the Utah section of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics.

The event will be held at 6:30 p.m. in the Officer's Club at Hill Air Force Base. Reservations should be made by May 16 through one of the following representatives: W.L. Benda at UNISYS, 594-5597; J.K. Strozier at the University of Utah, 581-6947; L.E. Smith at Hercules, 250-3776; J.N. Cannon at Brigham Young University, 378-6539; D.R. Mason at Morton Thiokol, 863-3488; R. Redd at Utah State University, 750-3554; and W. Schilling at TRW, 625-8030. Cost for the dinner will be $14 for members and guests and $7 for students.The electronic combat test capability is an area that is receiving increasing emphasis from Congress to provide more realistic testing by simulating portions of the Soviet's electronic defensive systems. Col. Glenn Messerli currently leads this activity at HAFB, and will be the speaker at the event.