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Air Force Research Laboratory scientist Oscar Martinez works on a turbomolecular pump in the Space Vehicles Directorate’s Plasma Lab. Martinez recently took part in a unique 10-day event called AFRL 2016 TECH Warrior. The purpose of the course is to give AFRL scientists and engineers an immersive experience in a full operational field exercise. AFRL scientist completes TECH Warrior course
Air Force Research Laboratory scientist Oscar Martinez became a scientist because he had always been fascinated with figuring out how things work.“Eventually it dawned on me that I didn’t have to limit my curiosities to museums, media or just tinkering around, but that I could actually do this sort of stuff for a living — mind blowing!” he
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2016
Sue Atwood, Air Force Research Laboratory senior development planner for Space Vehicles and Directed Energy directorates, is heading up a program to help teach scientists and engineers how to better communicate and smooth out administrative procedures. (Photo by Bud Cordova) AFRL program aims to improve efficiency in processes, teach communication skills
A program to change the culture, teach scientists and engineers how to better communicate and smooth out administrative procedures is underway at the Air Force Research Laboratory here.“We have the tactical skill and knowledge to develop our products — the advanced technologies for our space and directed energy missions,” said Sue Atwood, AFRL
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2016
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