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  • USAFSAM provides deployment training to medics

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio (AFRL) – Aeromedical evacuation instructors from the U.S. Air Force School of Aerospace Medicine provided an all-day deployment training on patient movement Aug. 12 to a team of 14 medics from the 88th Medical Group who currently work at the Wright-Patt Medical Center. The training consisted of classroom
  • Behind the scenes of foreign military sales: AFSAC helps international partners overcome airpower supply shortages

    Recently, AFSAC worked with a key international partner nation to clear more than a dozen Not Mission Capable Supply cases which inhibited the foreign partner’s aircraft from performing identified missions. When an NMCS code appears for a country’s weapon system, the weapon system is not capable of performing its assigned missions due to lack of critical parts.
  • Commentary: Equality in the force

    Women’s equality. It’s a challenge that has been around for years and continues to this day.  One hundred and one years ago, women had just gained the right to vote through the passing of the 19th Amendment, a right that had been guaranteed to others based on their gender.
  • DEI office ready to connect with community

    The Diversity, Equity and Inclusion office at Hanscom Air Force Base has entered the next phase of progress of identifying and analyzing potential barriers to the installation workforce. The DEI team is continuing to evaluate data from the Air Force Materiel Command diversity survey, developing tangible means to push Hanscom forward.
  • Airman brings industry experience to EITaaS mission

    A program manager here is using his recent Education with Industry experience to bring a new perspective and innovative skills to a critical Air Force mission.
  • SpaceWERX ready to propel space innovation

    LOS ANGELES AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. (AFRL) – SpaceWERX officially lifted off Aug. 19 during the virtual Space Force Pitch Day. The event closed with 19 small businesses securing Phase II Small Business Innovation Research contracts to advance their cutting-edge space technologies.The newly launched SpaceWERX will play a vital role in pursuing
  • Demonstration shows innovative capabilities of robotic dog

    The 75th Security Forces Squadron at Hill invited Ghost Robotics to the base Aug. 25 to demonstrate the capabilities of its semi-autonomous robotic dog and prove its worth as an enhancement to base security.  
  • Behind-the-scenes video of Air Force Uniform Office

    A short video provides a behind-the-scenes look at the Air Force Uniform Office in action.
  • Aerospace Ground Equipment Flight services more than 5,000 pieces of equipment

    ROBINS AIR FORCE BASE, Ga. – Mark Gaddis, 402nd Aircraft Maintenance Support Group Aerospace Ground Equipment Flight power support mechanic, troubleshoots a low voltage issue on an MA3 portable air conditioning system at Robins Air Force Base, Georgia, Aug. 19, 2021. The flight stores, tracks, and maintains 5,600 pieces of equipment that support
  • Entrepreneur Opportunity Program helps turn AFRL people, ideas into new private sector businesses

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, OHIO (AFRL) – The Air Force Research Laboratory’s Entrepreneurial Opportunities Program is turning scientists and engineers into business owners to speed emerging technology to warfighters.“AFRL is great at innovating new technologies, but unless someone, somewhere decides to produce them, nobody benefits,” said
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