AFRL branch chief honored with Dayton Business Journal Forty Under 40 Award
Benjamin J. Tran, left, branch chief, sensing management in the Air Force Research Laboratory’s Sensors Directorate; and Sean C. Young, right, senior electronics engineer, AFRL/Sensor Exploitation Applications Branch inspect a harness holding an electro-optic and infrared dual camera gimbal that was flown by a small unmanned aerial systems at the Center for Rapid Innovation TecEdge works facility in Dayton, Ohio. The SUAS was part of the SILVER FANG program where AFRL deployed the device for operational utility evaluation in Afghanistan and Iraq. Having been selected as a member of the Dayton Business Journal’s Forty Under 40 class for 2022, Tran will be presented with the DBJ award during a July 14, 2022, banquet at Carillon Historical Park. (Courtesy photo)
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