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388th Maintenance group 3-D printer 388th Maintenance Group eying future time, cost savings with 3-D printing
HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah, -- Inside a simple-looking building just off of Hill’s flight line, Airmen are tinkering with advanced technology to bring the future of cost-effective maintenance to America’s most advanced fighter aircraft.  The 388th Maintenance Group’s Air Force Repair and Enhancement Program shop recently acquired a 3-D printer with
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Lt. Gen. Lee K. Levy II, front, speaks at an event June 28 after being introduced by Daniel Pullin, dean of the University of Oklahoma Price College of Business. June 28. He was the inaugural speaker of a distinguished speaker series hosted at the Gene Rainbolt Graduate School of Business. His lecture centered on the theme of “Intersection of Innovation + Armed Services.” AFSC Commander touts importance of innovation to Air Force, community
Lt. Gen. Lee K. Levy II, commander of the Air Force Sustainment Center, recently spoke at the inaugural session of a distinguished speaker series hosted by the University of Oklahoma Michael F. Price College of Business. Levy spoke about the ways in which the Air Force embraces innovation and the similarities shared with the business community.
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Defending base Defenders go mobile with new comm system
96th Security Forces Squadron began testing a new communication system for base defense called the Android Tactical Assault Kit. The tablet-based system has the potential to change and update how security forces squadrons manage their base defense mission.
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Chief of Staff of the Air Force Gen. David L. Goldfein visits Boeing Field in Seattle, where the KC-46 Pegasus tanker is under development. The KC-46 program achieved an important milestone July 6, 2018, at Boeing Field, with completion of the final flight tests required for first aircraft delivery to the U.S. Air Force. (Courtesy photo) KC-46 completes flight testing required for October first aircraft delivery
The KC-46 Pegasus program achieved an important milestone July 6, 2018, at Boeing Field, Seattle, with completion of the final flight tests required for first aircraft delivery planned in late October.
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Sitting in the audience of approximately 150 were three teenage scholarship recipients, each headed into their first year of college. Kayla King, daughter of one of Hanscom’s Command, Control, Communications, Intelligence and Networks division chiefs, said she plans to use her scholarship at the University of Arkansas, where she’ll study computer science. Kenneth Armijo, headed to Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Massachusetts, says he will be studying robotics engineering. Douglas Amirault is looking to study computer science and math at Bates College in Lewiston, Maine. Crider: Solve problems that matter with data
Crider also cited innovative data experimentation efforts led by the Multi-Domain Command and Control team at Hanscom as the basis for insights that will integrate command and control capabilities for the warfighter.
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Default Air Force Logo Hanscom squadrons get innovative
Two squadrons here are using innovation funds provided by the Air Force to improve efficiencies within their organizations.
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Members of the Vandenberg Air Force Base, California, environmental restoration team pose for a group photo May 22, 2018. AFCEC team earns DoD environmental restoration award
An aggressive commitment to innovative, green and sustainable remediation techniques at Vandenberg Air Force Base, California, earned an Air Force Civil Engineer Center team top honors in the 2018 Secretary of Defense Environmental Awards program recently.
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2018 Installation and Mission Support Weapons and Tactics Conference attendees read about one of the four mission area working group chairmen who led a team to think innovatively in tackling one of the Air Force’s toughest agile combat support challenges during the San Antonio event out-brief. The May 16 out-brief presented proposed solutions to about 1,000 senior Air Force leaders and members of the installation and mission support community. (U.S. Air Force photo by Armando Perez) I-WEPTAC delivers innovations to Air Force leaders
JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-LACKLAND, Texas – Innovation was alive here this week, as senior leaders heard proposals May 16 to address some of the greatest challenges facing the agile combat support community at the conclusion of the 2nd Annual Installation and Mission Support Weapons and Tactics Conference, hosted by the Air Force Installation and
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Maj. Gen. William Cooley, commander of the Air Force Research Laboratory, and Dr. Michael McRobbie, president, Indiana University, discuss partnership opportunities between higher education and the Air Force at the Air Force Science and Technology 2030 Forum held May 10 at Indiana University. (Indiana University photo/Chris Meyer) Air Force Science and Technology 2030 campaign: Your ideas will shape the Air Force of tomorrow
WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio – The Air Force Research Laboratory continues its support of the Air Force Science and Technology 2030 initiative and joined with Indiana University to host a listening forum at the university’s Bloomington, Indiana campus May 10-11.Indiana University is one of six universities to host these types of listening
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Suzanne Bilbrey addresses the Air Force Central Regional Environmental Restoration Summit May 9 in Denver. Summits focus on partnerships, Air Force environmental restoration successes
The Air Force Civil Engineer Center kicked off the first of three 2018 regional summits aimed at enhancing strong partnerships with regional, state and federal environmental regulators May 9 in Denver.
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